Re: Y2k compliance

Harald Milz (
5 Dec 1998 18:30:18 GMT

S. Shore <> wrote:
> In fact, the year 2000 isn't a leap year. A little-known rule of leapyears
> (iirc) is that any year divisible by 100 (i think) can't be a leapyear.

All years divisible by 400 are again leap years. Another little-known

And this is a table ma'am.  What in essence it consists of is a
horizontal rectilinear plane surface maintained by four vertical
columnar supports, which we call legs.  The tables in this laboratory,
ma'am, are as advanced in design as one will find anywhere in the
		-- Michael Frayn, "The Tin Men"

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