# of Months between two dates
bc at freeuk.com
Fri Apr 6 05:56:21 EDT 2018
On 06/04/2018 07:16, Steven D'Aprano wrote:
> - instead of counting days, with all the difficulty that
> causes, we could just count how many times the month
> - in which case, Jan 31 to Feb 1 is one month.
If you book airport parking in the UK, the charge period runs from the
midnight before the drop-off time to the midnight following the pick-up
time (so that the first and last days are a full 24 hours).
So parking for 24 hours from 2pm one day to 2pm the next, you are
charged for 48 hours.
That suggests you will also be charged for two full days for the two
minutes' parking between 23:59 and 00:01, but I haven't tried it to see
Agree with the messiness of dealing with months, but I think it's one of
those quirks that make life more interesting, like imperial measure. I
don't think we really want metric applied to time and to dates. (10-day
weeks? I don't think so.)
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