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2000 Compliance (Y2K) Code

Posted on 1998-06-10
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Does anyone have any code that will test for the standard y2k bugs??? I would like to taylor the code to send results to a txt file or database (preferred) any help would be appreciated. It seems all the products I've seen do not have this functionality.  So I would like to write my own.. a step in the right direction is all I need.. thanks!

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As long as you use the Date datatype, VB and Access (Jet) are Y2K compliant.
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I know VB is y2k compliant.. I need some code that will test the "machine" for compliance.  thanks
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What?  Like the OS or the BIOS?
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BIOS CMOS Clock Settings... etc...
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The following code evaluates the data entered into a textbox named txtDate
when you click cmdConvertDate. If the date contains a two-digit year, the
date is converted into a four-digit year date according to the sample rule.
The code then displays the initial date entered, the full year as converted
by the code according to the sample rule, and the full year is converted by
the defaults native to Visual Basic. Finally, the date displayed in txtDate
is converted to a non-ambiguous date with the appropriate four-digit year

Private Sub cmdConvertDate_Click()
       Dim strYear As String
       Dim intSlash As Integer
 
       If IsDate(txtDate) or txtDate = "2/29/00" Then
           'Find first date separator.
           intSlash = InStr(txtDate, "/")
           If intSlash > 0 Then
               'Find second date separator.
               intSlash = InStr(intSlash + 1, txtDate, "/")
               If intSlash > 0 Then
                   'Extract the year from the date.
                   strYear = Mid(txtDate, intSlash + 1)
                   If Len(strYear) = 2 Then
                       If CInt(strYear) < 50 Then
                       ' Less than 50: year = 20XX.
                           strYear = "20" & strYear
                       Else
                       ' Greater than 50: year = 19XX.
                           strYear = "19" & strYear
                       End If
                   End If
                   MsgBox "Date Entered: " & txtDate
                   MsgBox "Year (Our Rule): " & strYear
                   MsgBox "Year (VB Default): " & Year(txtDate)
               Else
                   MsgBox "Date not in expected format!"
               End If
           Else
               MsgBox "Date not in expected format!"
           End If
       Else
           MsgBox "Not a valid date!"
       End If
       '  Clarify date in txtDate.
       txtDate.Text = Left(txtDate.Text, intSlash) & strYear
   End Sub
 
also this link might help you

http://www.microsoft.com/Ithome/topics/year2k/default.htm


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I have yet to come across a PC that did not support a four-digit year.  Have you found otherwise?
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Thanks for the Info! and the link.. I checked it out... now I don't have to write anything! Your comments were greatly appreciated

No I haven't, but If there are some among our 400+ systems, I would like to find them now before there is a problem.

Thanks for the comment!
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