Chase Manhattan Corp. expects to spend about $250 million on year-2000 systems conversions.

Such conversions are aimed at averting computer disasters that would be caused in 2000 by code identifying years with two digits instead of four. The problem with such code is that 2000 is represented as 00, which some computers would misinterpret as 1900 and others would not be able to process at all.

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