pytz question: GMT vs. UTC

wxjmfauth at gmail.com wxjmfauth at gmail.com
Sun Feb 2 15:38:07 CET 2014


Le dimanche 2 février 2014 13:45:54 UTC+1, Pete Forman a écrit :
> Grant Edwards <invalid at invalid.invalid> writes:
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> > On 2014-01-30, wxjmfauth at gmail.com <wxjmfauth at gmail.com> wrote:
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> >> The temperature unit is the "Kelvin", not the "Degree Kelvin".
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> >> One writes: 0 K, 275.15 K
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> > And remember to say "Kelvins" not "Kelvin" when speaking about
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> > temperatures other than 1 K.
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> And remember to write kelvins. SI units named after people such as
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> kelvin, watt and pascal are lower case while their symbols have a
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> leading capital: K, W, Pa.
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> -- 
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> Pete Forman

Yes, correct.

(I focussed on the word *degree* in the expression
"degree kelvin".

jmf



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