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April 15th, 2019, 10:42 AM   #1
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Year 10000 - 5 digit number.

We are in 21st century. Year 2019.
One Century = 100 Years.

So

3019 - 31st century
4019 - 41st century
5019 - 51st century
6019 - 61st century
7019 - 71st century
8019 - 81st century
9019 - 91st century

Can there be impact on the clock when the Year
10000 arrives which is a five digit number after 9999?

01-Jan-10000 marks the beginning of New century which is 100th century???.

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The world as we know it will end when the Unix timestamp rolls over in 2038.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Year_2038_problem
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Hang on to your Grandfather Clock!
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Remember the millennium bog - computers, etc. would go haywire when we entered 2000? It didn't happen. I suspect that by 9999, the world will figure it out.
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Remember the millennium bog - computers, etc. would go haywire when we entered 2000? It didn't happen. I suspect that by 9999, the world will figure it out.
Actually my brother in law got stuck in a parking garage. He stayed late making sure his computers would be okay and his card didn't work due to the date problem. Ironically, he manages the computers at the Baltimore Public Defender's office.

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01-01-10000

dd-mm-yyyyy format?

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9999 = Nine thousand nine hundred and ninety nine.

31-12-9999 is the Last day of the Year 9999.
Add one more day, the new year starts which
is the beginning of new century 10000.

Now 10000 is a five digit number.

Will the computer systems fail on 01-01-10000?

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April 16th, 2019, 02:13 AM   #8
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Math Focus: Yet to find out.
9999

What a party that will be.. if we make it that far
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Will there be a impact to computer systems
and programs with the below ?

New Year : 01-01-10000

YYYYY = 10000

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The "year variable" will need to be increased from size 4 to size 5.
That's a 25% increase. May slow down Facebook's response time.
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