Time zones are emitted without leading zero

Peter Hosey avatarPeter Hosey created an issue

A time zone offset should be emitted with a leading zero when the hour component is less than 10. For example, “-0800” is correct, while “-800” is wrong.

As of [c644aadb2b14], the ISO 8601 Date Formatter emits “-800” (or “+800”; sign does not matter).

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  1. Peter Hosey

    I later figured out what the problem was: The “field width” includes the sign character (+ or -) when it's present or required. Increasing the field width to 3 would also have fixed the problem. The “precision” (number after .) does not include the sign character.

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