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Is Foxpro2.6 for windows95 Y2K COmpliant or not
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ggilmanCommented:
For compliance of Microsoft products, look here:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/year2k/product/product.asp

According to what I saw the answer is yes, "Compliant". Also, you might want to delete your other post. Looks like a duplicate.

Quote from the site:

Can applications be built with this tool that adhere to the Microsoft Year 2000 Compliance Statement?

Yes, if during design time 4-digit years are always specified in date constants, and at run time one of the following actions is taken:

4-digit years are used for data entry.
The developer writes resolution routines where appropriate to ensure that dates entered with 2-digit years are assigned to the desired century before being stored in tables.
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