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F G A BC D E

JFMAMJJASOND











In all my years I'd never seen it in that light. That is so clever.

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As phil said, JFM etc are the months of the year. As there are 7 letters A-G, and there are 7 months with 31 days...






A B C DE F G



JFMAMJJASOND



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perhaps the ABCDEFG each correspond to a day of the week. So the numbers over months with 31 days could be the days of the week of the 31st's. huh???

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perhaps the ABCDEFG each correspond to a day of the week. So the numbers over months with 31 days could be the days of the week of the 31st's. huh???

If A = Sun thru G = Sat

for 2013

Jan = E

Mar = A

May = F

Jul = D

Aug = G

Oct = E

Dec = C

Yeah. Nice.

BTW didn't use "code" this time - line spacing looks a bit off.

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Take note: the keys of white fit not with the black months

I was thinking the same thing. Are we supposed to do something with the 30-day months? And February, of course. Plus, with previously mentioned possible solution, not all the letters are used, and some are used more than once. The solution would change every year... There has to be another way... RIght?

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