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Date Pattern Calculator

Want to know if the digits in a date are sequential, repetitive, or can be read the same way forwards and backwards? Use the Date Pattern Calculator to find out unique and interesting mathematical patterns in different date formats.

For more options including pattern type, date order and to include time select the Advanced options checkbox.

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1 pattern found for Thursday, November 26, 2015

Click on any row to see an animation of how the date pattern works

Readable dateOrder of dateGrouped as dateGrouped as patternType
Nov 26, 2015 at 2:11:51 AMYY-MM-DD H:MI:SS15-11-26 2:11:5115112-6-21151Palindrome (reverse)

The results table highlights the dates that are most interesting and easiest to read in green. The type of pattern shows whether the date is a reversible (palindrome) or repeatable date.

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