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Urmas wrote:
It is much more better than an ODF, which documents nothing, and
depends on a reference implementation from a single vendor, Sun.

Year 1900 being a leap one is a universal convention which predates
Excel for several years.

What planet are you living on?  ODF documents are available for all to
read.  Do you know what an open standard is?  As for the 1900 bug, care
to provide some references that back that up?  Why would anyone
deliberately include a flawed function in a spreadsheet?

Here's some info on ODF, including links to specifications.

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