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Re: leap year 2008

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Jan 9, 2008
As far as I remember those of us on the latest IDMS release did
experience
February 29 in 1990.
We did not have a problem with the actual leap year in 1992.

Tommy Petersen





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'90 was not a leaper leaps are always pres elect years Bob > Date:
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Jan 2008 11:39:38 -0500> From: choelscher@HUMANA.COM> Subject: leap year
2008> To: IDMS-L@LISTSERV.IUASSN.COM> > My manager has asked me to ask
all
sources possible: are there any known> issues with leap year 2008? (i
have
opened an issue with CA). We OFs> remember 1990 (or was it 1992? i cant
remember)> > > > > Chris Hoelscher> Senior IDMS & DB2 Database
Administrator> Humana Inc> 502-476-2538> choelscher@humana.com> > > >
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Re: leap year 2008
"The rule(s) are:

a) The year is a leap year if it is divisible by 4
b) unless the year ends in ""00"" (not a leap year)
c) unless the year is divisible by 400 (is a leap year).

2008 is a leap year.
1900 is not a leap year
2000 is a leap year.

Vince Jensen

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