# How to write 24 hours

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## What is 24 time format?

Sometimes you may see 00:00 written as 24:00. Both are acceptable. A usage example showing the 12 hour clock vs military time would be a time table showing 4:00 pm to 12:00 midnight. This would be written as 16:00 – 24:00.

24-Hour Clock Time uses the numbers 00:00 (midnight) until 23:59 to tell the time. You don’t need to use am / pm with a 24-Hour Clock, as afternoon is indicated by a number bigger than 12. 24-Hour Clock Time is commonly used as a format on digital clocks.

## Does 24 hour time have dots?

Military time uses a leading zero and doesn’t have a colon, while 24 hour time uses a colon but not a leading zero. For example, 8 o’clock AM is shown as 0800 in military and 8:00 in 24 hour time. 8 PM would be 2000 (military) and 20:00 (24 hour).

Note: The 24 hour Time Format variation on the normal 24 hour time.

24-Hour Time Format.
am/pm24-hour
7pm19:00
8pm20:00
9pm21:00
10pm22:00
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## How do you write 12-hour time?

There are two ways of telling the time: The 12-hour clock runs from 1am to 12 noon and then from 1pm to 12 midnight. The 24-hour clock uses the numbers 00:00 to 23:59 (midnight is 00:00).

What are the 12-hour and 24-hour clock?
12-hour clock24-hour clock
12 noon12.00
1pm13.00
2pm14.00
3pm15.00
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24-Hour Clock Time Conversion Table
1 AM01:00
3 PM15:00
4 PM16:00
5 PM17:00
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## What is 12 AM in 24 hour time?

In the 12 hour clock method, it is 12:00 twice a day at midnight (AM) and noon (PM).

24 Hour Clock Converter: How to Convert AM/PM to 24 Hour Time.
12 hour clock24 hour clock
12:00 AM00:00
01:00 AM01:00
02:00 AM02:00
03:00 AM03:00

24-hour clock
24-hour clock12-hour clock
13:001:00 p.m.
14:002:00 p.m.
15:003:00 p.m.
16:004:00 p.m.
2s

## How do you explain 24 hours in a day?

Allow me to explain:
1. 24 hours are divided into two parts – a day lasting 12 hours and a night lasting 12 hours.
2. 1 hour contains 60 minutes, which also have 60 seconds each.
3. Each second is then divided into 1000 milliseconds.