The year 2000.
- ‘Thus, the main problem of Y2K is the problem of incorrect results when date mathematics are conducted.’
- ‘The anxiety about the Y2K situation is reaching an increasingly feverish pitch in most large organizations.’
- ‘Certain files on your hard drive, such as spreadsheets and databases, may be vulnerable to Y2K problems.’
- ‘Well, here we are several years after Y2K and we now know, that at midnight, January 1, 2000, very little changed.’
- ‘I have a friend who is convinced that the Y2K bug is going to kill cars dead in their tracks.’
- ‘Darnell convinces the gang to believe that Y2K will signal the end of the world and they, happily, will be the last people on Earth.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.