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From: "Norman D. Nicol" <>
Subject: Re: Leap Year
Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2000 17:33:05 -0500
That's true, Rod, but as it was explained on a TV program yesterday, if
the year ends in a 00, leap day is passed over that year, unless the
year is divisible by 400, in which case 2000 is a leap year. So was
1600, but not 1700, 1800 or 1900. The next 00 leap year will be 2400,
but I'm not holding my breath.
> I had always understood that with the present calender if the year was
> devisable by 4 it was a leap year?
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