Ping (zestyping) wrote,
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In the "absurd bugs" department...

I'm looking at a corporate web application (for a large technical company full of smart people) and there's a date that looks like this:

Submission deadline: aN/aN/NaN Invalid Date

I've seen dates like 01/01/1904 and 01/01/19104, but this takes the cake. How did floating-point numbers get in there? And then get turned into strings that were truncated to the last two letters? Weird.
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