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Re: hosta-open DIGEST V1 #584

Harry Dewey, Beltsville, Maryland USA wrote:
> If anyone is short of time, it might pay to read the following
> http://www.microsoft.com/y2k/hoax/y2khoax.htm
> before "fixing" the Y2K problem

Hi Harry
	It looks like it might be a hoax but it looks like they still recommend
doing it. Either way it isn't going to hurt.

In order to avoid ambiguous dates, Microsoft recommends
using 4 digits when entering date data and expanding the
date field in regional setting to 4 digits. However this is
not required to attain compliance. 

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