I've never heard of the "coding" definitions you mention. That sounds too complicated to me. Where do those come from? I am not familiar with them and have been coding quite a while. Coders I have worked with and I have used the "English" definition so if it says "older than 5" then it would be from the 6th birthday on since then they are no longer 5 and are older. Why would 5 years and 1 day be older than 5? They are still 5. Wouldn't it make sense to take it literally?
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