Msg#: 3805624 posted 11:34 pm on Dec 11, 2008 (gmt 0)
Thank you any other ideas? Don't think so because this is leap lear which means it should show on 344 instead of 345 since starts at 0. Seems like it would say it starts at 1 instead because what about all the other years that aren't leap year. That's how they do it on all their others they list what they really all start at and if some change they usually don't change at the beginning for a special circumstance like leap year or something else, but at the end instead. Anyone know? Thank you very much for your help.
[edited by: 101Jen at 11:40 pm (utc) on Dec. 11, 2008]
Msg#: 3805624 posted 4:38 am on Dec 12, 2008 (gmt 0)
the first day of the year is 0 because the date function starts counting at zero, December 11th is 345 because it is the 346th day of the year. New year's eve, December 31st, is 365 because it is the 366th day of the year.