That is not what I thought when I read the announcement.
Off the top of your head, If I asked you what the time would be in a datetime for midnight what would you say?
12:00:00...not sure why I say that. It would make more sense as 00:00:00 but you said off the top of my headAnd the confusion begins. The question first came up because a user asked me to start and stop something. Here's what the user responded when I asked the question "What should I set the dates to be?":
1/1/2012 12:01 AMNow, in hindsight, I could have asked a more specific question. However, from what I asked I took this to mean this is when it should start and end. From that I created the SQL dates:
1/31/2012 12:00 PM
2012-01-01 00:00:00.000Now, my accomplice agreed with me that the dates given would translate to the dates I came up with. So, let me throw you another curve. I received an announcement which pertains to the dates. Here's what it read:
12 midnight, Sunday, January 1, 2012, and close at 12 midnight, Tuesday, January 31, 2012I told my accomplice:
I'm trying to determine if what they said, is the same as what I have, is the same as what I was told...He thought that based on the announcement:
so the datetime should be 01/02/2012 00:00:01.000?...it looks like they want it to open first thing on Monday Jan 2nd and close on the end of the day on the 31th.I had to agree with him. However, it seems we've established that this can be a very confusing subject. I may not have what they said, but I have what I was told. I believe that what I was told is what they meant to say. Therefore everything is no longer confusing. Right?