User talk:RETheUgly

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What is the standard policy for time, date, number, etc formatting on Wikipedia?

I use ISO 8601 personally, so YYYY-MM-DD then a T and then HH:MM:SS UTC+-##:##. However, I know that mdy and dmy are more common, and 12-hour time is as well. Is there a standard order and hour-cycle?

On numbers, should they be ### ###,## or ###,###.##? That's spaces between sets of three digits and a comma for parts, versus commas between sets of three digits and a period for parts.

    • Is there a page that lays out all of these policies, **such as if third person non-gendered pronouns (they) should be used instead of gendered (he, she) ones, or even down to whether periods are followed by double spaces or single?

RETheUgly (talk) 16:57, 4 November 2015 (UTC)

Please see the Manual of Style for all of your stylistic questions. Dates are Day Month Year (with no leading zeros for single-digit days). Primefac (talk) 17:14, 4 November 2015 (UTC)