The Most Uncomfortable Moments for a Child: A blog about the most uncomfortable moments for a child.

The Most Uncomfortable Moments for a Child: A blog about the most uncomfortable moments for a child.

The Most Uncomfortable Moments for a Child: A blog about the most uncomfortable moments for a child.

The Most Uncomfortable Moments for a Child: A blog about the most uncomfortable moments for a child.

The Most Uncomfortable Moments for a Child: A blog about the most uncomfortable moments for a child.

The Most Uncomfortable Moments for a Child: A blog about the most uncomfortable moments for a child.

def is_leap(year):

leap = False

if (year%4==0 and year%100!=0) or year%400==0:

leap = True

return leap

days = int(input(“Enter days: “))

months = int(input(“Enter months: “))

years = int(input(“Enter years: “))

if (years % 4) == 0:

if (years % 100) == 0:

if (years % 400) == 0:

print(“{0} is a leap year”.format(years))

else:

print(“{0} is not a leap year”.format(years))

else:

print(“{0} is a leap year”.format(years))

else:

print(“{0} is not a leap year”.format(years))

leapyear = int(input(“Enter year to be checked:”))

if (leapyear % 4) == 0:

if (leapyear % 100) == 0:

if (leapyear % 400) == 0:

print(“{0} is a leap year”.format(leapyear))

else:

print(“{0} is not a leap year”.format(leapyear))

else:

print(“{0} is a leap year”.format(leapyear))

else:

print(“{0} is not a leap year”.format(leapyear))

Leap years are those years that are divisible by four and for some reason we add one more day to those years. The next leap year is 2020

But not all four year cycles have a leap year. For example, 1900 was not a leap year even though it was evenly divisible by four.**

The explanation is as follows: Any year which is perfectly divisible by 4 is a Leap Year except for (and here’s the catch) century years. Century Years are ONLY Leap Years if they are perfectly divisible by 400.**

For example, 1600 and 2000 were leap years but 1700, 1800, and 1900 were not.

Let’s write a program in Python that will tell us whether the given year is a leap or not.**

First we will ask the user to give us the year using the input function in Python.**

Then we will convert that string into an integer using the int() function so that we can apply some mathematical operations on it.**

Now comes the actual logic of our program. If the given year is evenly divisible by four(4) then it is definitely a Leap Year but if it is also evenly divisible by 100 then it should be evenly divisible by