PracticePeople In PracticeStill chance of a bug.

Still chance of a bug.

BDO Stoy Hayward Consulting (North) director John Swallow has warned that the potential for a leap year bug is still possible. He said: ‘We still have two related problems to face but these are far smaller in terms of impact than the millennium bug. The problems for the leap year centre on whether application programs recognise 2000 as a leap year and whether application programs recognise that 2001 is not a leap year.’

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