Leap years in the Indian calendar occur in the same years as as in the Gregorian calendar; the two calendars thus have identical accuracy and remain synchronised. Whatever the problems of Y2K, they won't include sloppy programming which assumes every year divisible by 4 is a leap year since 2000, unlike the previous and subsequent years divisible by 100, is a leap year. Note, however, that only 1900 is affected; while the first release of Excel probably also screwed up all years divisible by 100 and hence implemented a purely Julian calendar, contemporary versions do correctly count days in 2000. If the box above says Your browser supports JavaScript, you're in business; simply enter a date in any of the boxes below and press the Calculate button to show that date in all of the other calendars. Well, you could get out your calendar and count days, but it's far easier to convert all the quantities in question to Julian day numbers and simply add or subtract. PC Excel day numbers are valid only between 1 (January 1, 1900) and 2958465 (December 31, 9999). Haab: Tzolkin: The Mayans employed three calendars, all organised as hierarchies of cycles of days of various lengths. Due to this morsel of information having been lost somewhere between the Holy See and the Infernal Seattle monopoly, all Excel day numbers for days subsequent to February 28th, 1900 are one day greater than the actual day count from January 1, 1900. Kenneth Seidelmann (ed.) Explanatory Supplement to the Astronomical Almanac.

Instead, each of these holidays commemorates an aspect of the republican spirit. A slight modification of the Gregorian calendar would make it even more precise. It is an ideal system for storing dates in computer programs, free of cultural bias and discontinuities at various dates, and can be readily transformed into other calendar systems, as the source code for this page illustrates. Such is the accuracy that more than 13,800 years elapse before a single day discrepancy between the calendar's average reckoning of the start of months and the mean time of the new Moon. Dates in this calendar are written as a day number (0 to 19 for regular periods and 0 to 4 for the days of Uayeb ) followed by the name of the period. So now Excel users who interchange data have to cope with two incompatible schemes for counting days, one of which thinks 1900 was a leap year and the other which doesn't go back that far. As a purely solar calendar, months are not synchronised with the phases of the Moon.

Consequently, it is not possible, given a date in the Haab calendar, to determine the Long Count or year in other calendars. ISO-8601 Week and Day, and Day of Year Day of week of year The International Standards Organisation (ISO) issued Standard ISO 8601, Representation of Dates in 1988, superseding the earlier ISO 2015. Julian dates are a tad eccentric in starting at noon, but then so are astronomers (and systems programmers!)when you've become accustomed to rising after the crack of noon and doing most of your work when the Sun is down. Based purely on counting days, the Long Count more closely resembles the Julian Day system and contemporary computer representations of date and time than other calendars devised in antiquity. Somit sieht der komplette Befehl wie folgt aus: tage. Cycle Composed of Total Days Years (approx.) kin 1 uinal 20 kin 20 tun 18 uinal 360.986 katun.7 baktun 20 katun 144,000 394.3 pictun 20 baktun 2,880,000 7,885 calabtun 20 piktun 57,600,000 157,704 kinchiltun 20 calabtun 1,152,000,000 3,154,071 alautun. All calculations are done in JavaScript executed in your own browser; complete source code is embedded in or linked to this page, and you're free to download these files to your own computer and use them even when not connected to the Internet. Also distinctly modern in appearance is that days and cycles count from zero, not one as in most other calendars, which simplifies the computation of dates, and that numbers as opposed to names were used for all of the cycles. These two specifications are incompatible, as 366 day years defined by the equinox do not recur on a regular four year schedule. (The word dcade may confuse English speakers; the French noun denoting ten years is dcennie.) The names of days in the dcade are derived from their number in the ten day sequence.

But even the Julian day convention bears witness to the eurocentrism of 19th century astronomynoon at Greenwich is midnight on the other side of the world. Gregorian Calendar, date: time: : Weekday: The Gregorian calendar was proclaimed by Pope Gregory xiii and took effect in most Catholic states in 1582, in which October 4, 1582 of the Julian calendar was followed by October 15 in the. Julian Day, julian day: Astronomers, unlike historians, frequently need to do arithmetic with dates. Months are grouped into four seasons; the three months of each season end with the same letters and rhyme with one another. So close is this to the actual solar tropical year of 365.24219878 days that this calendar accumulates an error of one day only every.8 million years.

The internal representation of time was therefore chosen to be the number of seconds elapsed since 00:00 Universal time on January 1, 1970 in the Gregorian calendar (Julian day 2440587.5 with time stored as a 32 bit signed integer ( long in early C implementations). As with the Haab calendar, cycles are not counted and one cannot, therefore, convert a Tzolkin date into a unique date in other calendars. Being a purely solar calendar, no attempt is made to synchronise the start of months to the phases of the Moon. The Long Count was the principal calendar for historical purposes, the Haab was used as the civil calendar, while the Tzolkin was the religious calendar. Years are classified as common (normal) or embolismic (leap) years which occur in a 19 year cycle in years 3, 6, 8, 11, 14, 17, and. Each 2820 year great grand cycle contains 2137 normal years of 365 days and 683 leap years of 366 days, with the average year length over the great grand cycle of 365.24219852. The first calendar week of a year: week 1, is that week which contains the first Thursday of the year (or, equivalently, the week which includes January 4th of the year; the first day of that week is the previous Monday). Modified Julian Day (MJD) is created by subtracting 2400000.5 from a Julian day number, and thus represents the number of days elapsed since midnight (00:00) Universal Time on November 17, 1858.

In an embolismic (leap) year, an extra month of 29 days, Veadar or Adar II, is added to the end of the year after the month Adar, which is designated Adar I in such years. Those with apocalyptic inclinations will be relieved to observe that the present cycle will not end until Columbus Day, October 12, 4772 in the Gregorian calendar. To compound the fun, you can now select either date system on either platform, so you can't be certain dates are compatible even when receiving data from another user with same kind of machine you're using. Further, note that any computation of the number of days in a period which begins in January or February 1900 and ends in a subsequent month will be off by onethe day count will be one greater than the actual number of days elapsed. Years are grouped into cycles which begin with four normal years after which every fourth subsequent year in the cycle is a leap year. Welcome to, fourmilab 's calendar converter! Since year 1 of the Indian calendar differs from year 1 of the Gregorian, to determine whether a year in the Indian calendar is a leap year, add 78 to the year of the Saka era then apply the Gregorian calendar rule to the sum. Further, old versions of Excel did date arithmetic using 16 bit quantities and did not support day numbers greater than 63918 (December 31, 2078 I do not know in which release of Excel this limitation was remedied.

ISO 8601 dates in year, week, and day form are written with a W preceding the week number, which bears a leading zero if less than 10, for example February 29th, 2000 is written as in year, month. Since no such objects existed prior to October 4, 1957, all satellite-related MJDs are positive. In the Julian calendar, Julian day 1948439.5, the day of Muhammad's flight from Mecca to Medina, with sunset on the preceding day reckoned as the first day of the first month of year.H. This date is defined in terms of a cycle of years, but has the additional advantage that all known historical astronomical observations bear positive Julian day numbers, and periods can be determined and events extrapolated by simple addition and subtraction. Thanks to Eric Allman (author of sendmail ) for pointing out these historical nuggets. Further, old versions of Excel did date arithmetic using 16 bit quantities and did not support day numbers greater than 65380 (December 31, 2078 I do not know in which release of Excel this limitation was remedied. Many machines on which Unix was initially widely deployed could not support arithmetic on integers longer than 32 bits without costly multiple-precision computation in software. This is the reason why time accepts a pointer argument to the result (prior to 7th Edition it returned a status, not the 32-bit time) and ctime requires a pointer to its input argument.

Leap years follow a 30 year cycle and occur in years 1, 5, 7, 10, 13, 16, 18, 21, 24, 26, and. Since the calendar is fixed to the Moon, not the solar year, the months shift with respect to the seasons, with each month beginning about 11 days earlier in each successive solar year. In the Julian calendar every fourth year is a leap year in which February has 29, not 28 days, but in the Gregorian, years divisible by 100 are not leap years unless they are also divisible by 400. For example: a double star goes into eclipse every 1583.6 days and its last mid-eclipse was measured to be on October 17, 2003 at 21:17 UTC. But the Julian day notation is so deeply embedded in astronomy that it is unlikely to be displaced at any time in the foreseeable future. Day 0 is deemed the idiotic January 0, 1900 (at least in Excel 97 and negative days and those in Y10K and beyond are not handled at all. A great grand cycle is composed of 21 consecutive 128 year grand cycles and a final 132 grand cycle, for a total of 2820 years.

Britain and her colonies (including what is now the United States did not switch to the Gregorian calendar until 1752, when Wednesday 2nd September in the Julian calendar dawned as Thursday the 14th in the Gregorian. The bulk of the standard consists of standards for representing dates in the Gregorian calendar including the highly recommended yyyy-MM-DD form which is unambiguous, free of cultural bias, can be sorted into order without rearrangement, and is Y9K compliant. Hebrew Calendar, date: hebrew month: The Hebrew (or Jewish) calendar attempts to simultaneously maintain alignment between the months and the seasons and synchronise months with the Moonit is thus deemed a luni-solar calendar. While one can't properly speak of Gregorian dates prior to the adoption of the calendar in 1582, the calendar can be extrapolated to prior dates. Years in the Indian calendar are counted from the start of the Saka Era, the equinox of March 22nd of year 79 in the Gregorian calendar, designated day 1 of month Caitra of year 1 in the Saka Era. On earlier systems time_t, the value returned by the time function, was an array of two 16-bit int s which, concatenated, represented the 32-bit value. Various calendars are described in depth, including techniques for interconversion. The average length of a month.530594 days, extremely close to the mean synodic month (time from new Moon to next new Moon).530588 days. The Julian calendar differs from the Gregorian only in the determination of leap years, lacking the correction for years divisible by 100 and 400 in the Gregorian calendar.

Further, years may be deficient, regular, or complete, having respectively 353, 354, or 355 days in a common year and 383, 384, or 385 days in embolismic years. You'll see this representation used in project planning and for specifying delivery dates. The National Calendar of India is composed of 12 months. As we all know, it would take a computer almost forever to add or subtract four in order to make everything seamlessly interchangeable. This is followed by five consecutive 31 day months, then six 30 day months. The 365 day cycle provides better alignment with the solar year than the 360 day tun of the Long Count but, lacking a leap year mechanism, the Haab calendar shifted one day with respect to the seasons about every four years. But don't assume you can always get away with this. ISO 8601 permits us to jettison the historical and cultural baggage of weeks and months and express a date simply by the year and day number within that year, ranging from 001 for January 1st through 365 (366 in a leap year) for December 31st.