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Submission + - Same binary file on two different architectures? ( 1

skurk writes: Is it possible to have a binary file run on two different architectures, without modifications? In this experiment, a binary file is crafted to run on 32-bit x86 and a Commodore 64. Even though this is just a proof-of-concept, can this serve a useful purpose on other platforms?
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Same binary file on two different architectures?

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