Falsehoods programmers believe about time
A commenter wrote:
> possibly because before 1752 in England, the year started on the 25th March. As such, 1751 only had 282 days in it.
Though with regards to the standardized ISO 8601 Gregorian calendar, I can't see how that's the case, unless we factor in timezones, in which case maybe it's something to do with the international date line.
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@torresjrjr Wait a minute... on number 5: How could a month ever not start and end in the same year?
Week, sure. But months shouldn't overlap years.