[nSLUG] Y10K Bug ( Was: ( Year Pronunciation (Was: Reminder:...)

Pat panoonan at eastlink.ca
Sun Jan 3 17:30:26 AST 2010


Not necessary, computer programs need not have any dates past Dec 21 2012

Pat

Michael Crawford wrote:
>> On Sat, 2 Jan 2010, D G Teed wrote:
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>   The common theme out there is the Y2K
>   
>>> hype caused people to
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> It's never too soon to start fixing the Y10K bug.  The widespread
> allowance of only four characters to store the year is bound to cause
> Thermonuclear Armegeddon when the year 10000 rears its ugly head.
>
> Mark My Words.
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