> > >It isn't no, not in Limerick anyway albeit it's light
> training. Back
> > >in my day (get off my lawn you dirty kids), it was 8086 assembler.
> > >Later, it was digital alpha assembler. I'm not sure what it is now
> > >but it's still there.
> > Heh - at least 16 bits - 15 more than we had.
>> You were lucky you weren't around us. We used to beat the
> 1-bit oldies with a 2-bit stick
You guys just got lucky studying computers, in my course (man tech) in
UL we did use punch cards for the programable polymer extruders, fun :)
Java me arse, die hard moving gif man myself...
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