On Mon, 11 May 1998, Jeff Gunter wrote:

> If I'm not mistaken, UDATE returns the job date and *DATE returns the system
> date.  This can be very important to a program's processes.

Not what I recall from one of Susan Gantner's presentations...but it's
been a while....  UDATE and *DATE are the same EXCEPT that *DATE returns
the year in 4 digits...so it returns a 8 digit date...and that's how we've
been doing Y2K conversions for just over a year now....and it seems to
work for us...

Don in DC metro...
IBM UN-certified specialist...:)


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