Guess where RDH works? Good ideas travel fast. I just don't understand why Linux doesn't have address break and a DDT flavored debugger. By flavor, I mean the features, not the program.
It wasn't that. Think about "typo". A two-character command to commence end was a safety net. You could take an hour to "set up" an experiment and completely f*** it up if a typo executed an instruction at exactly the wrong time.
In extreme cases, it could take a day to set one up. Think about an intermittent CPU glitch on the breadboard and hardware is pointing the finger at software and software is pointing the finger at hardware.
With a small matter of programming, (transforming output to be CRT rather than TTY), as many as you can fit on the pixels.
Today I went in Circuit City, and I've done the typing test in CompUSA and Best Buy too. Some...
The way JMF finally came up with SMP as a way to improve system thruput was by staring at a display that had certain numbers updated every few seconds. CDO modified SYSDPY to capture what JMF thought he needed with the added feature of writing the data to disk. When JMF thought he needed another datum,CDO wrote the code to display it. SYSDPY PEEKed at the monitor data, converted it appropriately and then displayed it. If you had been running on a TOPS-10 system, a way to do what you want would be to modify SYSDPY who would PEEK on your program and display the stuff. Note that this is the equivalent of using a pile driver to hammer a nail. But it's quick and dirty. The real unpleasant woman of any of this programming is the display routines.
Charlie Gibbs ... snip ... You should have had the following around :-) Take 1 from column A, and 1 from column B ... * Routines to reverse a file, char by char. *-* by...
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