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Does Delphi (1, 2 and 3) fully (including database engine) solved the year 2000 problems ??????

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I think yes,

The min date which can be represented : 30 Dec 1899
The max data which can be represented : 16 Mar 34751

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Yep, they do!
OR
anyway BORLAND say they solve it! :) ->
mindate: 30/12  1899
maxdate: 16/3 34751

So - shouldn't be any problems with the 2000-problem anyway huh? :)

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If you want some more information in this subject could visit this URL:
http://www.borland.com/firehose/07-02-97.html
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