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* [COFF] Re: (TUHS -> COFF?) [TUHS] Re: Clever code
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@ 2022-12-14 12:08   ` Michael Kjörling
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From: Michael Kjörling @ 2022-12-14 12:08 UTC (permalink / raw)
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On 14 Dec 2022 06:54 -0500, from (Brad Spencer):
> [...] but you needed to know 6809 or 68000 assembly to create anything
> new for the OS itself,

Wasn't that the norm at the time, though? As I recall one of the
things that really set UNIX apart from other operating systems up
until about the early 1990s was precisely how machine-independent it
was by virtue of (with the exception of the early versions) having
been written in something other than assembler.

✍  Michael Kjörling                  🏡
“Remember when, on the Internet, nobody cared that you were a dog?”

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