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    Myreen Johan <Johan.Myreen@setec.fi> wrote:
    > Do do you really expect to find programs out there
    > written by programmers informed enough to take
    > into account that years divisible by 100 are not
    > leap years, but *at* *the* *same* *time* don't
    > know that years divisible by 400 are leap years
    > after all?

    There is a recent analyst's report I think by Gartner or IDC which
    exactly found out this. Many programmers didn't take this into account.

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    everybody and still nobody likes him.
    -- Jim Samuels

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