century date

century date

[′sen·chə·rē ‚dāt]
(horology)
The number of days that have elapsed in the century, that is, since January 1, 1900.
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Additional confirmation of a late first century date is the evidence of borrowing.
He led the Reserve Banks' efforts to prepare their computer systems for a smooth transition during the century date change.
The report, which is based on about 1,800 interviews conducted between 13 November and 12 December with adult Americans who have bank accounts, also indicates that the US public remains confident that basic payment systems will work properly during the century date change.
Some Pentiums, 486s and their predecessors are not century date compliant but machines with more recent Pentium chips or Pentium II processors should have no hardware problems.
The November findings support the notion that a decreased level of concern about the likely effect of the century date change on computers is related to increased information about the Y2K issue.
In addition, the survey indicated that the US public is increasingly confident that basic payment systems will also function properly during the century date change.
By working on the century date change, we have a better understanding of the risks posed to mission-critical systems and the essential business processes that rely on these systems.
The Reserve Banks and the Board have implemented test century date change (CDC) local area networks to verify the readiness of vendor-provided products and internal applications that operate in network-based computing environments.