Larry Wall's comment on python...

Tim Daneliuk tundra at
Sat Sep 7 07:25:07 CEST 2002

Roy Smith wrote:

  Writing for a machine which only has 256 bytes of RAM gives you a
> somewhat different outlook on programming :-)

The Microchip PIC 16F84A chip I have been using as *68* bytes of RAM -
well RISC register file, really, but its the same thing -  32 bytes of
EEPROM, and a whopping 1K of flash memory for storing the program itself.
And yes, it does give you a whole different perpective on programming...

Tim Daneliuk
tundra at

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