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Determine day of week using Zeller's congruence

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I know the LV timestamp engine could easily be used to determine the day of the weak for a specific date. However, for those interested in a "behind the scenes" solution... the Zeller algorithm is really nice and possibly more optimized for certain applications.

 

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Neat!  :thumbup1:

 

I see a prime candidate for Coerce to Type in there; this, and removing the decrement by pulling the ENUM output before the increment could tidy up that last bit of syntax.

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Neat!  :thumbup1:

 

I see a prime candidate for Coerce to Type in there; this, and removing the decrement by pulling the ENUM output before the increment could tidy up that last bit of syntax.

 

+1 -1 that's so funny... after I read your reply, I still needed some seconds to find this lame operation! +1 Kudo for the Coerce to Type operator. This situation seems to appear almost every state-machine-like VI!

 

 

...... and here's the Sakamoto method.

 

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A little bit afraid to say... but... the c code looks so much more readable in your example! I mean it makes me afraid because this kind of comment lends itself very easily into love-hate posts...

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the c code looks so much more readable in your example!

Sure. Sometimes.Although unless you have programed in C you might think y -= m < 3 is rather obtuse.

 

I'd defy anyone to say that string formatting in C is "more readable" though.

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Hi!

zeller2.vi and zeller.vi has different results.

zeller.vi has correct one.

Check today date 11may18 it is friday.

 

Thanks!

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On 5/11/2018 at 2:56 PM, mahgust said:

Hi!

zeller2.vi and zeller.vi has different results.

zeller.vi has correct one.

Check today date 11may18 it is friday.

 

Thanks!

The difference is in the second Q&R function, where version 2 converts the remainder to U16 instead of the quotient.

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