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Is Delphi 2 Y2K compliant ?

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Not really. As far as I can remember, if you tell it 01/01/00 it thinks 1900. If you ask it, is 01/01/00 less than 01/01/99; it tell you that it is.

Use four digit years and you will be fine.
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