[SC-Help] Re: Hotmail Problem
marvonospam at spamcop.net
Fri Apr 9 17:13:34 EDT 2004
I did the same. When I did it we had only 32(it is k) of memory.
It was called memory then & it was in "core memory". No need
to refresh. We had 256k of drums & the good thing we were able
to do one word reads/writes. Out word was 18bits. Remember bits.
We wrote our own "micro operating system & coded in aboslute.
We use to call it "hooks" so that if we got a call during the
night that we had the hooks & could do it from home.
Those were the good old days. have a great Easter.
"Anon" <a_none_mous_e at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:c55aog$pf$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> "marvo" <marvonospam at spamcop.net> wrote in message
> news:c54v9o$m8g$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> > It sounds like it is what a programmer would call a
> > "undocumented feature". It was probably used in the
> > debugging phase & it would have been a pain to pull
> > it out of the software. But who cares it works. My guess
> > since software usually works from left to right when
> > calculating addresses ( such as base of table plus
> > offsets) it gets the data (&)and then gets the
> > header info. Its too deep for me. It works.
> > Thanks again...marvo
> Yea that is probably the answer - I've put stuff like that into my
> as I developed them, sometimes disabling or jumping around them, sometimes
> just leaving them in (in case of future need.)
> BTW - were you able to implement the HM to OE satisfactorily? (I've been
> using OE exclusively for reading my HM accounts - faster to download all
> accounts at one time instead of opening, reading, closing, opening next,
> etc.) And I can move the HM mail to a folder in OE so I can read it
> of necessary - in addition, it removes the mail from the HM counting limit
> and puts it on my hard drive when I want to keep a letter.
> A SpamCop user and forum reader,
> Not Admin
More information about the SpamCop-Help