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So apparently in Javascript 1.2 and earlier getYear() was sensible enough to give the year as a 2 or 4-digit number, but then Mozilla switched to the current year minus 1900, therefore *introducing* a Y2K bug instead of fixing it

I need to check if it worked around IE5.5 or IE6, which is most likely what I was using back then

So there you go I debugged a 15-year-old bug I never bothered to figure out until now, thanks for reading

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