While reading the SAS 9 Base Certification Exam prep book, I came across a section that mentioned how SAS can correctly represent dates from 1582 A.D. to 20,000 A.D.
And I thought to myself “1582, that’s kind of a random year. I bet that’s the year the Gregorian calendar was adopted.”
*quick Wikipedia search*
Why yes, it is.
*eyes drawn to more Wikipedia info… click… click…*
How did I not know that “common year” was the opposite of “leap year”?
What is a “papal bull”?
*30 minutes later*
This is not going to help me on the SAS exam.