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perl 4 y2k compliant?

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is perl 4 y2k compliant?
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Read http://www.perl.com/pub/1999/01/y2k.html
I think this applies equally to Perl 4 & 5. Basically, functions like localtime will return the year value with 1900 subtracted from it, so 99 is 1999 and 101 is 2001. If you always add 1900 to the year value there should be no problem.
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