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Bug #17016 function juliantojd and reverse jdtojulian wrong output
Submitted: 2002-05-05 10:47 UTC Modified: 2002-05-05 11:28 UTC
From: nchesberg at t-online dot de Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: Calendar related
PHP Version: 4.1.2 OS: linux/windows
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2002-05-05 10:47 UTC] nchesberg at t-online dot de
in function juliantojd (and reverse jdtojulian) the wrong calendar rules are implemented.

the output of function for the date 1/1/1985 is 2446080 but
the correct julian date is 2446067 (for example).

below the rules to convert a julian date into jd as a php-script:

<?php
   $a=$year;
   $m=$month;
   $t=$day;
   $j=$a;
   IF ($a<0){$j=$j+1;}
   IF ($m<3){
      $m=$m+12;
      $j=$j-1;
   }
   $juldat=0;
   IF (($a+$m/100+$tag/10000)>1582.1005){
     $juldat= floor($j/100);
     $juldat=2-$juldat+ floor($juldat/4);
   }
   IF ($a<=0){
     $juldat=- floor(.75-365.25*$j)+ floor(30.6001*($m+1))+$t+1720995;
   }
   ELSE{
     $juldat=$juldat+ floor(365.25*$j)+ floor(30.6001*($m+1))+$t+1720995;
   }
?>

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 [2002-05-05 11:28 UTC] jimw@php.net
no, that would be gregoriantojd(). we're operating under the gregorian calendar now.
 
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