

A213184


Numbers which may represent a date in "condensed American notation" MMDDYY.


3



10100, 10101, 10102, 10103, 10104, 10105, 10106, 10107, 10108, 10109, 10110, 10111, 10112, 10113, 10114, 10115, 10116, 10117, 10118, 10119, 10120, 10121, 10122, 10123, 10124, 10125, 10126, 10127, 10128, 10129, 10130, 10131, 10132, 10133, 10134, 10135, 10136, 10137, 10138, 10139, 10140
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OFFSET

1,1


COMMENTS

The "may" in the definition should clarify that, e.g., 22900 is in the sequence since it may represent a date (Feb. 29), but not necessarily in any century (e.g., in 2000 but not in 1900), but 22900+k is present only for k=0 (mod 4).
The sequence is finite, with 366*25 + 365*75 terms, cf. comment from G. Resta in A213182. The largest term is a(36525)=123199.


LINKS

Table of n, a(n) for n=1..41.


EXAMPLE

a(1)=10100 represents, e.g., Jan 01 1900 (or Jan 01 2000).
a(100)=10199 (for Jan 01 1999) is followed by a(101)=10200 (for Jan 02 2000).
a(3100)=13199 (for Jan 31 1999) is followed by a(3101)=20100 (for Feb 01 2000).


CROSSREFS

Cf. A213182, A106605, A107273, A107275; A210883, A210884, A210885.
Sequence in context: A293686 A267057 A213182 * A267645 A267842 A193241
Adjacent sequences: A213181 A213182 A213183 * A213185 A213186 A213187


KEYWORD

nonn,base,fini


AUTHOR

M. F. Hasler, Feb 28 2013


STATUS

approved



