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We laughed and laughed and laughed, until we stopped. -- Richard Heathfield "Usenet is a strange place" - dmr 29/7/1999 rjh at above domain (but drop the www, obviously) It's an optimization. ) I don't think it would be fair to reveal the source of the source, so to speak.

We laughed and laughed and laughed, until we stopped. On a virtual memory system, it avoids setting the "dirty" bit for a memory page unnecessarily, thereby avoiding the (potential) expense of a page-out operation later, or at least not incurring the expense for no good purpose. On a virtual memory system, it avoids setting the "dirty" bit for a memory page unnecessarily, thereby avoiding the (potential) expense of a page-out operation later, or at least not incurring the expense for no good purpose. Your optimisation explanation is ingenious, but my recollection of the code base leaves me somewhat unconvinced that it is a correct explanation of the motivation for this particular line.

You can use regular expression to validate date.^(0? [1-9]|[12][0-9]|3[01])/(19|20)\d\d$This regular expression validates date in format mm/dd/yyyy for dates between 01/01/1900 to 12/31/2099.

However, you change the limitation by adjusting year in regular expression.

What I want is to validate the date for any month, day and year; furthermore, the day is to be validated against a particular month and year (not just within 1 - 31).

The page will therefore contain two additional controls: a check box and a text box.

As before, you will use validation to check the user's entries.

I am supposed to let the user enter a month, day, and year to determine if it is a magic date. I am supposed to go back and validate the date using a function named is Date Valid.

I'm pretty sure I am missing something obvious and could use anyones help on the subject. The problem is when I run it I am always getting that it is an invalid date!

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