Why cant February made to 30 days by taking one day each from 31 days months?
It will make calendar months more equitable for all monthly contractual payments , in modern times min most contracts time unit is mostly months.
That does make logical sense however it would not be practical. Think about how many computer systems have items dated as the 31st, if the calendar is changed then all of these will be based on a date that no longer exists. Whilst this is probably possible to code around then it would require a change to almost all devices which isn't really feasible.
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Some months have 30 days, some months have 31 days; how many have 28?
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