Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> writes:
> If we make CC treat 2000 as being in the 20th century, what should YY
Report "00", IMVHO. There's no year "0" so year 1 AD is "CC=1, YY=1". Year
100 is "CC=1, YY=00", year 1000 is "CC=10, YY=00", year 2000 is "CC=20, YY=00"
(1900 is "CC=19, YY=00"). Centuries change on years ending with '01', years
ending with '00' are from the previous century :-)
But for millenia the thing is diffent... ;-) (Just to complicate a bit more)
> Perhaps more to the point, how do these things act in Oracle?
> to_char is basically an Oracle-compatibility function so we should
> adopt their bugs :-(
I can't answer that... But my expectations are like Akio's.
Jorge Godoy <jgodoy(at)gmail(dot)com>
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