> IAN: If a page = a year, then Jan 1, 2000 is
> not the end but the BEGINNING of page 2000
> where the first page is defined as page 1.
In reality, pages do not equal years.
On your 20th birthday, you have lived for twenty years. That day begins your
21st year (just as the day of your birth begins your first year). Likewise,
January 1, 2000 began the 21st century. Get used to it.
> IAN: There is no year zero on the Gregorian calender.
So, because the Gregorians erred and forgot to start with zero we should care?
I don't think so.
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