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Century leap year
In the Gregorian calendar, an end-of-century leap year (often referred to as a century leap year) is a year that is exactly divisible by 400 and, as with every other leap year, qualifies for the intercalation of February 29. End-of-century years that are exactly divisible by 4 but not by 400 are common years. The years 1200 (Proleptic Gregorian Calendar), 1600 and 2000, for example, were end-of-century leap years. The end-of-century years 1700, 1800, and 1900 were common years, as will be 2100, 2200 and 2300. The next end-of-century leap year will be 2400. End-of-century leap years always start on a Saturday, and the resulting February 29 is always on a Tuesday.
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