/*

Description:

A variation of determining leap years, assuming only integers are used and years can be negative and positive.

Write a function which will return the days in the year and the year entered in a string. For example 2000, entered as an integer, will return as a string 2000 has 366 days

There are a few assumptions we will accept the year 0, even though there is no year 0 in the Gregorian Calendar.

Also the basic rule for validating a leap year are as follows

Most years that can be divided evenly by 4 are leap years.

Exception: Century years are NOT leap years UNLESS they can be evenly divided by 400.

So the years 0, -64 and 2016 will return 366 days. Whilst 1974, -10 and 666 will return 365 days.

*/

const yearDays = year =>

`${year} has ${

(!(year % 100) && year % 400) || year % 4 ? ‘365’ : ‘366’

} days`