Thou shalt have no other gods before the ANSI C standard 1357
At the moment, I'm using a hypothesis that the guy is a Billyboy. So far, his posts have matched this hidden agenda.
How does the biz untrain this 8-bit chunk bias? (Chunk is the best subsbreastute for byte that I can think of but is technically incorrect.)
You know, a really good thing for some bright hungry kid to do would be to document everything s-he had to relearn, unlearn, or learn and then publish it for the rest of the kids who are getting trained by these types of CS profs. Not only would it help remove the bullpoo, but schools who were serious about their CS programs would be able to design a fill-in-the-blanks clbutt offering that would talk about everything not covered by the rest of their courses.
Thou shalt have no other gods before the ANSI C standard 1359
No, in fact earlier VT terminals (VT-52 for example) had a specific terminal ID query and response code scheme, and so did the VT-100, although it wasn't the same encoding, due to the...
So far, items on this list are:
1. Linkers, loaders. 2. Stand-alone debuggers. 3. to be supplied
I don't know the crypt biz at all; however, based on the posts coming from that newsgroup, people don't seem to be worried about knowledge lost. That, just by itself, is a serious security issue.
Thou shalt have no other gods before the ANSI C standard 1358
and for total topic drift ... when we were doing the terminal controller clone using interdata-3 for doing both terminal type identification and terminal speed determination ... our...
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