On 9/3/2013 12:49 PM, David J Taylor wrote:
Drifting off-topic, but during my first non-amateur experience with
You make me remembering of when (in my young age...) I was discoveredï¿½
correcting errors in a deck of punched cards by reinserting back the
punched chips into the card holes, and hand punching new holes, where necessary...
And it wasn't a deck of source code, but the punched object code output
of a Fortran compilation on an IBM 7090...ï¿½ A myth was then born...
Today I would be too old to spend my time in such an inefficient way... :-)
73 Alberto I2PHD