• Subject: Re: Date Data Type Question.
  • From: "Steven Easton" <seaston@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 5 May 1998 22:28:42 -0500

I beleive that IBM software will work after 2039.  It is using the system
century in the convert date formula.   If the systems century is 20 and the
date is 40, it will use 20 as the century, not 19.  This information came
to me from an IBM siminar (big wig from Canada).

Steve Easton.
seaston@ionet.net

> Charles L. Massoglia wrote:
> 
> > I hope I am alive in the year 2039 to see how IBM explains why we have
to go
> > through this Y2K thing over again.
> 

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