Is this an acceptable (or rather correct) way of writing date time in Spanish?
As of Tuesday, October 20, 2015 4:32:11 PM EDT
El martes 20 de octubre de 2015 16H32' EDT
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Note I am not mentioning anything about the "as of" because I lack context for that.
If you want to show the date time in your website, you may want to see what kind of approach you want to follow.
If it is just a header with the date, use it succintly:
Martes, 20 octubre 2015 16:32
But if it is part of a sentence then you can add all the articles and prepositions:
El martes, 20 de octubre de 2015 a las 16:32
Regarding the format itself, it may be interesting to read what Fundéu recommends on it: horas, grafía
Basically it states that if working with 24 hours, just use the numbers separated by either
., followed by an optional
h (hours) -->