HHC 2014 Programming Contest

09242014, 11:46 AM
(This post was last modified: 09242014 09:40 PM by Paul Dale.)
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RE: HHC 2014 Programming Contest
Just ignore this post. It is completely misguided and wrong
 Pauli (09242014 09:41 AM)Paul Dale Wrote: Would the absence of a leap year around three out of four centuries make a difference here I wonder? Turns out it doesn't. Odd numbers of PDP dates can only occur when one of January 1st or December 31st is prime. This means that a sequence of such years requires December 31st of one and January 1st of the next to be prime and a skip until December 31st of the subsequent year. Starting with January 1st instead of December 31st doesn't help because for January 1st to be PDP, the previous December 31st must be too.
Put a leap year in the second or third year (a leap year in the first doesn't matter):
The lengths of time and their modulo 3 outcomes are: Code: Interval mod 3  Pauli 

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