OBSOLETE CALENDAR PACKAGE SYMBOL

Calendar

As of Version 10.0, calendar functionality is built into the Wolfram Language


is an option for calendar functions that specifies which calendar system to use.

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  • To use , you first need to load the Calendar Package using .
  • Calendar->system specifies to use calendar system system.
  • The following settings can be given:
  • GregorianGregorian calendar
    JulianJulian calendar
    IslamicIslamic calendar
    JewishJewish calendar
  • With Calendar->Automatic, the Julian calendar is used before September 3, 1752, and the Gregorian calendar after September 13, 1752.

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Compute the number of days in the Islamic year 1420:

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Compute the number of days in the Jewish year 5760:

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In the Julian calendar, the year 1900 was a leap year:

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This is not true in the standard (Gregorian) Western calendar:

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