MICROSOFT CALENDAR WIZARD BUG
BUG DISCOVERED when using MICROSOFT CALENDAR WIZARD
A leap year occurs following these conditions:
There is a "bug" or "malfunction" that is generated for a certain leap years
when utilizing Microsoft Calendar Wizard.
LEAP YEAR ALGORITHM:
- The year number has to be divisible by 4, but not by 100,
unless it's divisible by 400, but not divisible by 3200.
A Non-Leap year occurs following these conditions:
- The year number is not divisible by 4, except in the case that
it's divisible by 100, but not by 400, unless it's divisible by 3200.
If you use MICROSOFT CALENDAR WIZARD for calculating any year divisible by 3200,
the program will yield a leap year, and
For example, year 3200 is not a leap-year but the MICROSOFT CALENDAR WIZARD
generates the Feb. 29 date for that year.
Although, the Year 3200 is very much into the future, generating a correct algorithm
should be expected from the Giant Software Company.
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