Another time question
steve+comp.lang.python at pearwood.info
Wed Oct 8 03:39:46 CEST 2014
> I never really cared enough to ask anyone, but something like my cable
> bill is 98$ a month. Do companies (in general) consider a month every
> 30 days or every time the 14th comes around?
What does this have to do with Python?
Companies do whatever they want. Some of them consider a month to start from
the 1st and end at the end of the month, some of them take 30 days from the
date you started, some of them 31 days from when you start, or 28 days
(four weeks). Some of them have a fixed starting date. Some of them don't.
Some bill you fortnightly, or weekly, or yearly.
> I did rent a car once during a time change and I only got to keep the
> car 23 hours.
I'm not sure how that is relevant to either Python or what companies
consider a month, but okay.
> As another side note I have had drug prescripts that were 28 days was
> considered a month supply. The would be 4 weeks instead of one month.
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