Quoting Conall O'Brien <conall at conall.net>:
> I can't be certain in other Irish Universities, but I know that in the CS
> Ba course in Trinity, we are taught Motorola 68000 Assembly Language in
> first year.
Yep. Preparation for http://www.cs.tcd.ie/courses/ba/sfba.html#2BA4.
Bwahahaha. It's 10 p.m., your eyes are sore, the trains are rattling the lights
but you don't notice, because you read past 4EF8 0400 without noticing, vaguely
looking for what's causing the double-BUSERR like that.
(years later and I still remember the fscking hex...)
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