Hi Steven,

Thank you for the input on how to share code, I will do that from now on.

As it turned out… I wasn’t supposed to use:

year == (year % 4)

I was supposed to use:

year % 4 == 0

As to why I was supposed to use the latter, I have no idea. Maybe I’m not fully grasping the “%” meaning or use. I know its supposed to be a mathematical problem that results in a “True” result.

~~8 hours later~~

I realized that the code:

2000 == (2000%4)

Results in a “False” result, because 2000%4 = 500, so therefore 2000 does not equal 500, and my code would spit out the wrong answer.

Then I realized that the modulas “%” function is used to help realize that a math problem will result in a “0” answer, only if the prenumber is evenly divisible by the postnumber…

So all in all, I never got the correct code written to solve the problem. But, I did write this code that solves it a different way:

year = int(input())

If year%4 == 0 and year%100 == 0 and year%400 == 0:

print (“Leap year”)

Else:

print (“Not a leap year”)

So I just moved on in my lessons.