This is likely to be a programming error not a Y2K problem.  I know, for
example, that IMAS/400 (a warehousing / distribution program) uses 01/01/40 as
it's default date when a date isn't entered by a user.  I believe other programs
use similar conventions.

James Turnbull






"Ronald Sposito" <raspo@slomins.com> on 13/10/99 02:10:36

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Subject:  IBM - Practice What You Preach !




I just received a QuickShip delivery from IBM,and on the Order Summary the
Print date said 10/08/99, but the Order date said    01/01/40  !!!!!!

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