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For an exercise I'm working on my own class to represent dates.

As my math is kinda hopeless can anyone please supply a formula to convert a

gregorian date to a julian day number ( from the year -4712) and back again?

I have day, month and year stored as integers - i don't want to worry about

the time.

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