On Wed, Jan 29, 2003 at 03:50:46PM -0500, Jean-Luc Lachance wrote:
> Another Y2K bug in the making...
> Leap year if:
> ((y % 4 == 0) and ( y % 100 != 0)) or ( y % 400 == 0)
oh sure, if you subscribe to that nasty, tired, old, worn-out
gregorian calendar prototype... :) [good eye.]
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> # 28 days valid for ANY month:
> ($d <= 28)
> # 29 days ok if !feb -- or in a leap year
> ($d <= 29 and ( $m != 2 or $y % 4 == 0 ))
> # 30 days good if not february
> ($d <= 30 and $m != 2)
> # 31 days ok for jan/mar/may/jul/aug/oct/dec
> ($d <= 31 and $m =~ /^(1|3|5|7|8|10|12)$/)
first discrepancy, since 1901, would be 29 feb 2100. (and the
whole y%400 y!%100 y%4 paradigm will need revision anyway
somewhere around 2800 or so, depending on your parameters).
lifetime of this project is unlikely to be a decade, certainly
not a century. not worth the excess computing cycles, methinks,
certainly not for my situation.
still, you win the prize for first eyeball. :)
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