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Does CA Panexec have an impact of the Japanese era name change ?
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If the title of the Japanese Emperor is handed over to his successor, the era name of the Japanese calendar is changed and the basis year of the Japanese calendar is reset to 1.
What kind of impact for CA Panexec when an era name of Japanese calendar is changed ?
There is no problem because CA Panexec does not use the name of Japanese era.