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B. T. Lewis
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Just thought I'd share this link in case no one else had. It's the only method I know, though it sounds like there are loads

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calculating_the_day_of_the_week
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The day of the week for any date tutorial I originally posted I'd programmed back in 1998.

Over the past 13 years, I've learned a trick or two about how it works, how the mind works with it, and how to improve it. As a result, I re-wrote the whole Day of the Week For Any Date tutorial wi......approach!

The basic formula I'm sure everybody here is familiar with: (Month Code + Date + Year Code) mod 7 = Day of Week Code

The big change is twofold: The whole thing is taught using the 21st century as the standard century (with codes adjusted accordingly), and the technique is taught in a way that helps you learn quickly, as well as build your confidence quickly.

There are more specialized quizzes, too. This allows you to learn at a slower pace, while still remaining in control of your own learning pace.

Both the quiz and the tutorial allow comments, so you can let me know about any comments or criticisms there.
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