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Re: Would kind of computer would you be?

by wazoox (Prior)
on May 09, 2005 at 16:37 UTC ( #455230=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to What kind of computer would you be?

I'd be my old faithful 1986 Apple //c, with it's optional disk drive and its green 9" monitor. Or perhaps an SGI indigo2 MaximumImpact R10000.
update : corrected, Yes it really is a 9 inches monitor, not a 9 feet monitor :)
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Re^2: Would kind of computer would you be?
by aufflick (Deacon) on Sep 23, 2005 at 00:53 UTC
    Oh yeah :)

    Old thread, but the //c would be me as well - foshure. Only three programs would be needed - Ultima IV, the edasm macro assembler and the Beagle Bros Bag of Tricks :)

    Oh, and maybe Choplifter and Moon Patrol

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[choroba]: I want to present the most bizzare bugs and misfeatures I met when working for a large financial institution
[choroba]: I already gave a similar talk to my friends in a pub and at an internal conference at work and people liked it, so maybe...
[choroba]: LanX: That's the heritage, I can't do anything else
[RonW]: Sounds like some system my employer has "It does exactly what we need it to do and can't afford to risk anything we can't prove is 100% compatible"
[marto]: choroba sounds interesting
[RonW]: james28909 Why not write a Perl program to do the task?
[choroba]: RonW Yes, but then, one day, they needed to switch from FTP to SFTP, and... but I can't give the whole talk away here :)

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