*SNIP
> Do you really mean 09/09/99?  I have never seen any place use 09/09/99 as
a
> special value.  On the other hand, I have seen lots of 99/99/99 and
00/00/00
> used for special purposes...  Some Y2K folks have been warning about
this,
> but I suspect it to be an urban legend.
>
Me, too.
Or maybe this is just the hangover from the nagging old problem of single
digit months and days!
Businesses with this problem can only be open the first 9 days of the first
9 months of the year.
rp

*ENDSNIP

I have seen quite a few applications with 99/99/99 and 00/00/00 in them.
These were also the programmers that thought the 10000.0001 trick was
really cool too.  Some of the older versions of BPCS have had dates like
that in them to,

Jim Oberholtzer


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