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SubjectRe: [svlug] February 30th 2000
On Wed, Jan 12, 2000 at 07:58:46PM -0500, Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH wrote:
> In message <LEBBJAINJCFIPFLCBCJCKEJCCFAA.lafraia@iron.com.br>, "Daniel
> Lafraia"
> writes:
> +-----
> | > Wrong. There is no February 30th ever. See
> | > http://www.nist.gov/y2k/faq.htm
> |
> | Sorry, Feb 30th doesn't exist for a quite a few hundred years. The problem
> +--->8
>
> It doesn't exist. Period.
>
> | February has 29 days when "year % 4 = 0", except when "year % 100 = 0" and
> | NOT when "year % 400 = 0".
> +--->8
>
> ...in which case February ends on the 28th as usual. What is so difficult
> to understand about "not a leap year"?

Except you've got it wrong, because this year _is_ a leap year. Can
we drop this entirely irrelevant (to kernel dev) thread now?

Sean

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