From: "Frank Bemelman"
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Subject: Re: To C or not to C
Date: Sun, 5 Jan 2003 01:42:26 +0100
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"Jonathan Kirwan" schreef in bericht
> On Sun, 5 Jan 2003 01:35:19 +0100, "Frank Bemelman"
> >"Jonathan Kirwan" schreef in bericht
> >> I wasn't thinking about that. C can simulate "rotate left" and
> >> "rotate right," for example, or bit set and bit clear, as you
> >> mention. I'm talking about <> which simply cannot be
> >> reached. I'm not talking 'just clumsily', but *impossible* no
> >> matter how much or little code is written. Quite another story.
> >Yes, but a rather short story. There isn't much desire to
> >manipulate stackpointers etc. in the middle of an (application)
> Not what I'm thinking of. I'll provide a nice and *actual*
> example of one of my case histories which occured only a year
> ago for me, after some more guessing goes on. But it will be an
> "oh, yeah" after you see it.
Okay, I'll keep scratching my head in the meantime ;)
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