Finding the days left this year in a different way:
Day numbers are often used in planning, scheduling, and tracking.
They refer to the sequential numbering of the days in a year. The
first day of the year, January 1, is considered day 1.
Subsequently, January 2 would be day 2, and so on. On a non-leap
year, December 31 would be day 365, and on a leap year, it would
be day 366.
For instance, February 1st would be day 32 in a non-leap year
because January has 31 days. If it's a leap year, March 1st would
be day 61 because January and February together have 60 days. The
numbering continues like this throughout the year. This method is
a useful way to keep track of days passed and days remaining in
the year, and is used frequently in various fields including
project management, meteorology, and astronomy.