proposal: time: Add RFC3339Milli and/or RFC3339Micro convenience constants to standard library #36472
When I searched for this issue first, I found an issue in this repo and followed a chain of issues until I found this original issue where this was already suggested: #13291. Because that issue is locked, I can't add suggestion there. That's why I'm opening a new issue.
I'd like to request again that this be done. I understand the original feelings of the maintainers, where they hesitated to add more to a standard library without justification. Here's a use case I encountered today that I believe justifies this change. We use BigQuery on GCP, where we often use
The solution for this particular use case is to provide a string with no more than microsecond precision:
The next level of precision the
const ( timeFormatRFC3339Micro = "2006-01-02T15:04:05.999999Z07:00" )
I understand that as developers, it's our job to validate our data properly before storing it, but it would still be very useful to have an easy way, built into the language, for Go developers to parse standard time strings with more than second precision if nanosecond precision is too much for their use case.
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