Today is the most palindromic date ever, and it will never happen again

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Today is the most palindromic date ever, and it will never happen again

Postby Kyx » February 2nd, 2020, 6:18 am

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Today is the most palindromic date ever, and it will never happen again

Today is February 2nd 2020 which when written in UK style is 02/02/2020, which is a palindrome. When written in US style it is 02/02/2020, which is a palindrome. When written in international style it is 2020/02/02 which is a palindrome.

Also today is the 33rd day of the year, and 33 is also a palindrome. And because 2020 is a leap year, there are 333 days left in the year, and 333 is also a palindrome.

This has never happened before, and will never happen again.

It has happened/will happen on the following dates:

1022 (UK style only)
2010 (US style only)
2020 (all styles)
2190 (UK style only)
2210 (US style only)
9021 (US style only)
9221 (US style only)

Today is the only day it will ever be true for all styles, which makes today the most palindromic date ever


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Re: Today is the most palindromic date ever, and it will never happen again

Postby unturned_cake » February 8th, 2020, 10:37 pm

:awesomeface: :awesomeface: :awesomeface:
Thats uber :cool: day esp if ppl's b'day falls on it :D



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