Elf M. Sternberg
Updated the name: apparently I couldn't decide if it was 'pendordate' or 'pendorclock'. The repo ended with "clock," so "clock" it is.
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The Pendor Clock
This is a slightly modernized version, just to see what it would be
like to write this in 2021. The answer is that not much has changed;
the code runs just fine, although
getYear() has been deprecated,
nicer than 1996, although there is a limit to how much density one can
achieve when it's a lot of fiddly calculations around converting
human-readable dates into Pendorian-readable ones.
$ npm install $ npm run dev
The demo will be on port 3000 by default.
This code is released under the Mozilla 2.0 Public License. A copy of the License File is included in this folder.