I've been writing code lately that uses dates in the
form of seconds since the epoch. This code will all
break in 2038, I believe. I don't think there's much
chance that the code or I will survive until then, but
on the off chance that we do, I would like to leave
some comments for the maintainer.
Is there a standard way to mark this type of code, or
is there a simple way to design code to make this
easy to fix?
It should work perfectly the first time! - toma
In reply to 2038 bug
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