The 2000 problem, also known as the 2000 problem, the millennium error, the 2000 error, the 2000 or 2000 problem, refers to events related to the format and storage of calendar data for these events. dates start in 2000. Problems are anticipated and arise, because many programs represent a four-digit year with only the last two digits - making the year 2000 indistinguishable from the year. 1900 and two-digit years '01 to '31 are also mistaken for dates and '01 -'12 incorrect for months in different date formats. Assume 20th century dates in such programs could lead to various errors, such as incorrect date display and incorrect order of automatic date records or time events. real time. In 1997, the British Standards Institute developed the technical standard DISC PD2000-1 which defines the “2000 Conformity Requirements” as four rules: 1. No valid date will cause disruption of operation.
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- IPv4 address exhaustion, issue due to limited allocation size for digital Internet addresses.
- ISO 8601, an international standard for indicating dates and times, requires the use of (at least) four digits for the year.
- Perpetual calendars, valid for several years, including before and after 2000 .
- Y2K, a 1999 American science fiction television series directed by Dick Lowry.
- Error format and time storage
- Software error
- Scenario from apocalypse
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