Y2K

Year 2000

Y2K

An acronym for the Year 2000 Problem that involves three issues - two-digit data storage, leap year calculations and special meanings for dates.

Y2K

noun the year 2000 in the Gregorian calendar
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Y2K

Refers to the Year 2000. It is often associated with a computer software problem frequently referred to as the Y2K bug. This is the inability of software to recognize dates greater than December 31, 1999.
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Y2K

Refers to the Year 2000. It is often associated with a computer software problem frequently referred to as the Y2K bug. This is the inability of software to recognize dates greater than December 31, 1999.
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y2k

year 2000
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Y2K

Year 2000, details ...
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Y2K

Year 2000. A cause of excitement for IT departments as a result of all the legacy date manipulation software that required changing before the big night. Most users think this was a con job created by the IT industry to increase IT spend.
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Y2K

Year Two Thousand
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Y2K

[n] - the year 2000 in the Gregorian calendar 2. [n] - the year 2000 in the Gregorian calendar
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