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    Dear All, About this sentence. " following the day"

    According to my manual I have a question of this sentence:

    "It shall start at 0001 on the calendar day following the day of discovery"

    For example, If I discovered a inoperative item at 1700 on 23rd, then according to the words " following the day " above the rule, then will start at 0001 on 24th?

    Am I right?

    Yours sincerely

    Bacon

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    Re: Dear All, About this sentence. " following the day"

    Welome to the forum, baconpilot.

    It's very difficult to help without context. What sort of manual are you talking about. What is 'It' in 'It shall start ...'?

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