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V2 Basic tool: Determine weekday from date + determine date of summertime / wintertime switching [german]   [2020]

V2 Basic tool: Determine weekday from date + determine date of summertime / wintertime switching [german] Released by :
Hokuto Force [web]

Release Date :
7 January 2020

Type :
C64 Tool

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Code .... Bytebreaker of Hokuto Force

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Submitted by Bytebreaker on 7 February 2020
Do you want to know the weekday you were born, the weekday on which the Berlin wall fell or on which weekday it will be christmas this year, don't use Google, use your C64!

Besides, you can also find out the date on which the summertime and winter time will be switched, depending on the year.

Based on an algorithm by Georg Glaser (see https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wochentagsberechnung) I wrote two little tools that procide you this.

I kept the tools in German language because I don't know if the switch date for summer/winter time is the same in the rest of Europe, but you are free to edit the code and change the language according to your needs.

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