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Novembre 11, 2008 16:58
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There is Japanese coin with Arabic numbers. Is it possible to use Dates Calculator with such dates and how?
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There is Japanese coin with Arabic numbers. Is it possible to use Dates Calculator with such dates and how?




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Novembre 12, 2008 08:43
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[quote=basil][b]japanese[/b]: At this moment — no. I'm planning to implement this feature in nearest time.[/quote]This will be great! But, I want to write down correct year in my coins list now... Can you provide me calculation rules for Japanese dates? I'm not sure that I'm correctly understand how it should really to be.




basil japanese: At this moment — no. I'm planning to implement this feature in nearest time. This will be great! But, I want to write down correct year in my coins list now... Can you provide me calculation rules for Japanese dates? I'm not sure that I'm correctly understand how it should really to be.




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Novembre 12, 2008 09:30
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[b]japanese[/b]: First two hieroglyphs are name of emperor. In this case it is Shōwa (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hirohito). His reign started in 1926. So 54th year of reign will be 1925+54 = 1979. This is a year of coin.
1925 instead of 1926 is used because 1926 is a not [b]zero[/b], but [b]first[/b] year reigning.
Article about manual years calculations is still in progres. I hope I will finish it in nearest time. :)




japanese: First two hieroglyphs are name of emperor. In this case it is Shōwa (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hirohito). His reign started in 1926. So 54th year of reign will be 1925+54 = 1979. This is a year of coin.
1925 instead of 1926 is used because 1926 is a not zero, but first year reigning.
Article about manual years calculations is still in progres. I hope I will finish it in nearest time.




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Novembre 12, 2008 14:14
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[quote=basil][b]japanese[/b]: First two hieroglyphs are name of emperor. In this case it is Shōwa (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hirohito). His reign started in 1926. So 54th year of reign will be 1925+54 = 1979. This is a year of coin.
1925 instead of 1926 is used because 1926 is a not [b]zero[/b], but [b]first[/b] year reigning.
Article about manual years calculations is still in progres. I hope I will finish it in nearest time. :)[/quote]Thank you for reply. You help me a lot today!!! :flower:




basil japanese: First two hieroglyphs are name of emperor. In this case it is Shōwa (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hirohito). His reign started in 1926. So 54th year of reign will be 1925+54 = 1979. This is a year of coin.
1925 instead of 1926 is used because 1926 is a not zero, but first year reigning.
Article about manual years calculations is still in progres. I hope I will finish it in nearest time. Thank you for reply. You help me a lot today!!!




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Gennaio 3, 2009 13:57
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[quote=basil][b]japanese[/b]:Article about manual years calculations is still in progres. I hope I will finish it in nearest time. :)[/quote]A brief description of the whole process how to obtain and calculate an year in Japanese calendar is already available on our site at “[url=http://www.collectionstudio.com/en/datescalculator/japanese/]Japanese Calendar[/url]” article (in English and in Russian languages).




basil japanese:Article about manual years calculations is still in progres. I hope I will finish it in nearest time. A brief description of the whole process how to obtain and calculate an year in Japanese calendar is already available on our site at “ Japanese Calendar” article (in English and in Russian languages).




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