Invalid dates in Japanese eras?
kipcole9 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 9 04:42:25 CDT 2021
Ahhh, thank you so much - that makes sense to me. Here was I thinking about “y" from a formatting point of view. So basically “extended year” would mean “proleptic Gregorian year” for the given date in any calendar?
Very helpful, and makes sense (and hopefully is even correct!)
> On 9 Sep 2021, at 5:39 pm, Edward Welbourne <edward.welbourne at qt.io> wrote:
> Wáng Yifán (09 September 2021 05:07) wrote:
>> [...] I couldn't find the exact definition of "extended Gregorian year" elsewhere.
> My semi-educated guess is that "extended Gregorian year" means the year
> that the relevant date would fall in, in the "extended Gregorian
> calendar" - i.e. the Gregorian calendar extrapolated backwards, if
> necessary, to before Gregory introduced it.
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