# Is February 2013 a leap year?

## Is February 2013 a leap year?

No. 2021 is not a leap year. 2021 year has 365 days….Leap Year Table.

Year | is Leap Year |
---|---|

2013 | – |

2014 | – |

2015 | – |

2016 | Leap Year |

**What does leap year mean in February?**

Simply put, a leap year is a year with an extra day—February 29—which is added nearly every four years to the calendar year. Why Are Leap Years Necessary? Because of this extra day, a leap year has 366 days instead of 365.

**Is February a leap year?**

A year, occurring once every four years, which has 366 days including 29 February as an integral day is called a Leap year. 2021 is not a leap year and has 365 days like a common year.

### Is 2020 a leap year Yes or no?

This year, 2020, is a leap year, and what that means is that we get an extra day this year. We get that extra day because we count time, in part, by the time it takes Earth to go around the sun. Because we do that, every four years our calendar must come into agreement with the calendar that governs the universe.

**How many days are in February in a leap year?**

366 days

A year, occurring once every four years, which has 366 days including February 29 as an important day is called a Leap year.

**What was the problem with the leap year?**

In 2012, TomTom satellite navigation devices malfunctioned due to a leap year bug that first emerged on March 31. Sony’s PlayStation 3 incorrectly treated 2010 as a leap year, so the non-existent February 29, 2010, was shown on March 1, 2010, and caused a program error. At midnight on December 31, 2008, many first generation Zune 30 models froze.

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**When was the last time there was a leap year?**

In 1996, two aluminum smelting plants at Tiwai Point, New Zealand, and Bell Bay, Tasmania, Australia, experienced a leap year bug on December 31, when each of the 660 computers controlling the smelting potlines shut down at the stroke of midnight simultaneously and without warning.

**Is the correct algorithm for the leap year?**

It incorrectly assumes that a leap year occurs exactly every four years. The correct leap year algorithm is explained at Leap Year Algorithm . There have been many occurrences of leap year bugs: