Not withstanding going out of business, retiring old systems, or replacing inadequate systems with commercial off-the-shelf systems, there are basically three techniques for solving the Year 2000 computer problem: 1) windowing, 2) encoding or encapsulation, and 3) expansion. An overview of these three techniques and variations reveals interesting factors and information that should be taken into consideration when deciding upon a conversion strategy for dealing with correcting the Year 2000 problem. This bulletin presents an overview of these methods and provides a comparison of the pros and cons of each. . While by no means an exhaustive comparison of solutions or characteristics, it shows that there are myriad considerations before the final decision.
A Comparison of Year 2000 Solutions
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