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# Zeller's Birthday

The calculation must 'count back', or 'count forward', from somewhere in some way.

First in whole weeks, then the bit that is left (the days that don't make a whole week) could indicate the position in the week, ie. 'day'

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The calculation must 'count back', or 'count forward', from somewhere in some way.

First in whole weeks, then the bit that is left (the days that don't make a whole week) could indicate the position in the week, ie. 'day'

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