Leap Year Program

Nearly every four years is a leap year.

A leap year, which was invented by Julius Caesar and later corrected during the introduction of the Gregorian calendar, has 366 days instead of the usual 365 days in the Gregorian Calendar ( a calendar introduced by Pope Gregory XIII). It takes the earth about 365.24 days to orbit around the sun. The normal 365 days is about 1/4 short of a complete rotation, and a leap year is about 3/4 days…

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