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#1
20-09-2005, 02:16
 Andrey Guest Posts: n/a
Orthodox Easter

Hello
here come some info about calculation of
Orthodox Easter
RMD(x,y) = remainder when x is divided by y.
R1=RMD(Year,19)
R2=RMD(Year,4)
R3=RMD(Year,7)
RA=19*R1+16
R4=RMD(RA,30)
RB=2*R2+4*R3+6*R4
R5=RMD(RB,7)
RC=R4+R5

The number RC ranges from 1 to 35 which corresponds to March 22 to April 25 in the Julian Calendar (currently April 4 to May 8 on the Gregorian). The Julian Calendar is now 13 days behind the Gregorian, and will be until March 1, 2100 when it will be 14 days behind the Gregorian Calendar

Spasibo za programu, Alexei
trial version nam ochen' pomogla
#2
20-09-2005, 02:22
 Andrey Guest Posts: n/a
Or just add array for next 5 years

2006 23/04
2007 08/04
2008 27/04
2009 19/04
2010 04/04
#3
20-09-2005, 02:50
 Andrey Guest Posts: n/a
Orthodox Events 2006 Russian

it based on mannualy set Easter
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 ortho.cwe.txt (1.6 KB, 435 views)
#4
20-09-2005, 06:23
 Alex Administrator Join Date: Nov 2002 Posts: 1,940 Blog Entries: 4

Andrey,

The Orthodox Easter date is already calculated by Calendar Wizard. See here: http://www.oberonplace.com/products/...p/holidays.htm

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 Note that Calendar Wizard provides certain pre-calculated events which can be used as the basis for new events: - Eastern Orthodox Easter - Western Easter - Orthodox Christmas (based on Julian Calendar) - Vernal Equinox - Summer Solstice - Autumnal Equinox - Winter Solstice
#5
21-09-2005, 08:48
 Andrey Guest Posts: n/a
CW not use Year meaning

Alex, As shown on gif above CW use current date value for Easter
not for next Year 2006
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#6
21-09-2005, 12:59
 Alex Administrator Join Date: Nov 2002 Posts: 1,940 Blog Entries: 4

When you go to Edit Events dialog, the variable dates (those shown in parentheses) are shown for the current year always however when you build the calendar the actual dates are marked for the year the calendar is built for. Try running CW for 2006 and you'll see that it marks April 24th as Orthodox Easter.
#7
22-09-2005, 07:29
 Andrey Guest Posts: n/a
Thanks a lot!

it's working!

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