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Subject:Year 2000 From:Mark Sanders <MSANDE -at- WPOSMTP -dot- METC -dot- DOE -dot- GOV> Date:Thu, 8 Dec 1994 14:06:12 -0500
I just had to edit a technical paper and saw a date expressed
as 08/17/00; implying the year 2000.
Question is, is this going to be the commonly used form of
expressing the year?
It may be an old question to the board, but I am new here
and would appreciate any responses.
"Without the voice of reason, every faith is its own