Did you know that January 13th and January 14th mark the turn of the Old New Year? Because of the difference between the Julian and Gregorian calendars, the Julian calendar's New Years Eve and New Years day fall on these days on the Gregorian calendar, which is currently the most wide spread calendar in use.
Here's this weeks Mission Retrospective:
|Days Between: Use your code to determine the number of days between a given set of dates.|
|Weekend Counter: Plan your weekends ahead of time with Python!|
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