Is this right???

Also, look at bug #12378

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Subject: Bug id #12378 2000 is not a leapyear!
Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2001 06:01:13 -0400
From: Christian Hansen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

Sorry i didn't write on the bugtracing system. I didn't provite a 
password the first time and is unable to apply my comment there.

According to the gregorian calender every data where $year % 4 = 0 is a 
leapyear unless $year % 400 = 0. Therefore the year 2000 is not a leapyear

Greetings from Christian, denmark

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