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Re:It's about the ORBIT, not the OBJECT  *Monday March 15, 2004 @07:00PM  1
   attached to The Sun's 10th Planet... Sedna?
Re:Lifetime of thoughts = 37Gb  *Saturday March 01, 2003 @10:10AM 1 5, Interesting
   attached to Internet Traffic Still Growing Quickly
Re:it's an even number trek  *Saturday December 01, 2001 @11:57AM  1
   attached to Star Trek: Nemesis Gets the Go Signal
Some x86 Assembly Materials  *Monday July 30, 2001 @07:55PM  1
   attached to Computer Books For A Library?
Re:Damn.  *Friday March 23, 2001 @01:46PM  1
   attached to Michael Abrash's Black Book For Download
Re:Is this a joke?  *Sunday April 08, 2001 @06:32AM  1
   attached to Excess Heat
Re:RMS strikes again!  *Friday February 23, 2001 @03:27AM  5
   attached to RMS Responds To Allchin's Comments
Re:You don't code in assembly!? (long)  *Friday February 16, 2001 @04:20AM  1
   attached to Do We Still Need To Program In Machine Code?
Re:A flaw in the book? Or the review?  *Wednesday February 21, 2001 @06:46PM  1
   attached to Rebel Code
Re:i enjoyed it  *Friday January 19, 2001 @03:13AM  1
   attached to Antitrust
Re:Apple shirts!  *Wednesday January 10, 2001 @03:39PM  2
   attached to The History Is In The Shirts
Re:API != Source code  *Sunday June 11, 2000 @09:51AM  1
   attached to Does Open Sourced Have to Mean Free?
Re:Bill's Microslaves at work on SlashDot...  *Sunday June 11, 2000 @11:33AM  2
Re:Linux  *Sunday June 11, 2000 @05:12AM  1
   attached to Giant Linux Boost from Washington Post
Re:The bill, the spam, and congress is slow  *Wednesday May 17, 2000 @04:26PM  1
   attached to H.R. 3113: Spam Bounty Hunters Wanted
Re:Testing.... When are they going to?  *Wednesday May 17, 2000 @09:37AM  2
   attached to Office Assistant: Yet Another Security Hole
Re:The Andrew Window Manager  *Saturday May 13, 2000 @07:57AM  3
   attached to What GUIs Came Before X11?
Re:Perhaps just remove the actual text copies  *Thursday May 11, 2000 @11:28AM  1
   attached to Microsoft Asks Slashdot To Remove Readers' Posts

Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions for scratch space after they are finished calling them?

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