Interesting coding idea
Bruno R. Dias
bruno at octantis.com.br
Sun Oct 24 03:30:27 CEST 2004
Jack Klein wrote:
> On Sat, 23 Oct 2004 18:54:55 -0300, "Bruno R. Dias"
> <bruno at octantis.com.br> wrote in comp.lang.c:
>>Perhaps it would be interesting to program a virtual machine simulating
>>an ancient computer (such as the pdp-7). Then, it would be rather
>>interesting to code for it (porting gcc to it maybe?). I think it would
>>be fun to play with the long-forgotten art of coding in machine language.
>>And what about a fictional computer, such as one that works on an
>>entirely different way (such as a non-binary computer)?
>>It wouldn't be very useful, but it wouold be a very fun and very
>>interesting thing to hack on.
> And what exactly does this have to do with the C language? I suspect
> it is equally off-topic in comp.lang.python.
It would be *programmed* in a language, obviously. It's just that C is
rather appropriate for that kind of stuff, It's one of my favorite
languages, and It's a subject that should interest C programmers. The
same goes for Python.
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!O M-- V--PS++ PE++ Y>+ PGP>+ t++(+++) 5? X R+ tv@ b+++@ DI++++ D--- G+
e- h! r-- y
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