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## Challenge #300: Where is the party?

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Thanks @AYXAcademy For This New Year's Day Challenge...

Happy New Year to the entire Alteryx Family... Thank you to the amazing community for your contribution in my Learning Process... Hoping to find a good job where I can use my Alteryx Skills to Solve the Business Problem...

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From newbie 😉

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I didn't know that some countries celebrate New Year's for two days (and that it wasn't a holiday for others).

And fun fact....I also had no idea that "Vatican" was its own country.

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@AngelosPachis, Russia has 6 days that are labeled some form of "New Year", so since the question was "how many countries have 2 days of holiday for New Year?", Russia gets kicked out (6 vs. exactly 2).

At least that's how I interpreted it.

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@Abhishekanand97, Russia actually has 6 days that are labeled some form of "New Year", so that's why it's not included in the answer.  (6 vs. exactly 2).

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@Miles_Waller, I think the reason for the different output is that the question asked how many countries have 2 days of holiday (not 2 or more) for New Year.  That's why Russia is not included...they have 6 days.