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Re:Knuth dismisses multicore but MMIX is poor desi  *Sunday April 27, 2008 @04:37PM  2
Re:Shocked  *Sunday April 27, 2008 @04:17PM  2
Re:Shocked  *Sunday April 27, 2008 @03:56PM 1 2
Re:Shocked  *Sunday April 27, 2008 @03:15AM 2 2
   attached to Donald Knuth Rips On Unit Tests and More
Re:It isn't really code generation  *Wednesday December 21, 2005 @03:02PM  2
   attached to Is Ruby on Rails Maintainable?
Re:Funny?  *Wednesday May 26, 2004 @12:06AM  2
   attached to MS Rails On Open Source, Appeals To Gov't Greed
Crazy Bike Drivers  *Saturday May 15, 2004 @06:13PM  2
   attached to China's New Craze: E-bikes
Read My Lips...No New Taxes  *Thursday April 15, 2004 @09:21AM 8 5, Insightful
   attached to Poll: Total Taxes I Paid Last Year:
Re:irony from slashdot: what are they smoking?  *Tuesday April 13, 2004 @10:50PM  2
   attached to James Gosling On The Sun/Microsoft Settlement
Re:I don't know, but...  *Saturday April 03, 2004 @08:16PM  1, Redundant
Re:Only the same problems apply to linux...  *Saturday April 03, 2004 @08:01PM 1 2
   attached to Gates on Winsecurity
Re:Total BS  *Friday April 02, 2004 @09:22PM  2
   attached to Doing the Math in the Microsoft Anti-Trust Cases
We Need To Ban DHMO  *Tuesday March 30, 2004 @11:41PM  1, Offtopic
Re:Hey dude...  *Tuesday March 30, 2004 @11:35PM  2
Re:GM products  *Tuesday March 30, 2004 @11:21PM  2
   attached to Would You Like Drugs in Your Rice?
Re:lets count the books on Amazon and jobs on mons  *Saturday February 14, 2004 @08:16PM  2
   attached to ESR's Open Letter to McNealy: Set Java Free!
Re:Cha ching?  *Monday February 02, 2004 @07:57PM  2
   attached to Microsoft, Yahoo Investigate Spam Solution
Re:Lets hope that the result is progress  *Sunday February 01, 2004 @05:58PM  2
   attached to Google v. Microsoft
Re:Lots of cross-referencing to do.  *Monday February 02, 2004 @12:11PM  2
Re:Lots of cross-referencing to do.  *Saturday January 31, 2004 @07:33PM 2 4, Flamebait
   attached to MATRIX - A Dossier for Every Person in Utah
Re:Yes, your trollness.  *Saturday January 31, 2004 @06:39PM  2
   attached to A Look at Microsoft's Regulatory Problems
System Encapsulation  *Thursday January 15, 2004 @09:13PM  2
   attached to Rewrites Considered Harmful?
Spike Lee and Spike TV  *Wednesday January 14, 2004 @12:48AM 2 3, Interesting
   attached to JRR Tolkien: Return Of The Domain Name
Re:Some facts...  *Monday January 12, 2004 @08:46PM 1 2
   attached to LaserMonks Offer Prayer, Printer Cartridges

It appears that PL/I (and its dialects) is, or will be, the most widely used higher level language for systems programming. -- J. Sammet