On Sat, 1 Jan 2000, Miles wrote:
> that if you do something like the following:
>> now = new Date();
> var CurYear = now.getYear();
>> It will report the current year as 2000 in IExplode, but as 100 in
> Netscrape 4.5. Strange, huh?
Interesting. In perl, date returns year minus 1900, so conventional wisdom
perl, I wonder? Anyway, I'd guess that some idiot put in half a check;
something along the lines of 'if year < 100 year += 1900'.
Not your traditional y2k bug, but more of some dope half-thinking about
the millennium and implementing what our french cousins would call 'un
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