Originally Posted by GrayHare
That's a very early preview of the Y2.1k problem. Year 2100 will be the first since the invention of the electronic computer that is a number evenly divisible by 4 but not a leap year.
I won't be here!
Every date routine has the 4 year, 100 year, and 400 year cycle in it.
IIRC isn't there an earlier ESAD date like 2044? Whenever the mainframe time of day(TOD clock) resets from fractional milliseconds relative from midnight 1900 to, I assume, midnight 2000.
I seem to recall pre Y2K some fine co-w*rker raising concerns that our efforts should include ANY future date concerns. He chose to raise those in front of the executive responsible for Y2K readiness, it was a short discussion.
OP if it was a leap day issue I wouldn't be surprised and I personally would be ticked!