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As of next Thursday, UNIX will be flushed in favor of TOPS-10.
Please update your programs.
 
Linux Computers:  112 of 1023

As of next Tuesday, C will be flushed in favor of COBOL.
Please update your programs.
 
Linux Computers:  113 of 1023

As of next week, passwords will be entered in Morse code.
 
Linux Computers:  114 of 1023

As part of an ongoing effort to keep you, the Fortune reader, abreast of
the valuable information the daily crosses the USENET, Fortune presents:

News articles that answer *your* questions, #1:

        Newsgroups: comp.sources.d
        Subject: how do I run C code received from sources
        Keywords: C sources
        Distribution: na

        I do not know how to run the C programs that are posted in the
        sources newsgroup.  I save the files, edit them to remove the
        headers, and change the mode so that they are executable, but I
        cannot get them to run.  (I have never written a C program before.)

        Must they be compiled?  With what compiler?  How do I do this?  If
        I compile them, is an object code file generated or must I generate
        it explicitly with the > character?  Is there something else that
        must be done?
 
Linux Computers:  115 of 1023

As part of the conversion, computer specialists rewrote 1,500 programs;
a process that traditionally requires some debugging.
                -- USA Today, referring to the Internal Revenue Service
                   conversion to a new computer system.
 
Linux Computers:  116 of 1023

As soon as we started programming, we found to our surprise that it wasn't
as easy to get programs right as we had thought.  Debugging had to be
discovered.  I can remember the exact instant when I realized that a large
part of my life from then on was going to be spent in finding mistakes in
my own programs.
                -- Maurice Wilkes, designer of EDSAC, on programming, 1949
 
Linux Computers:  117 of 1023

As the system comes up, the component builders will from time to time appear,
bearing hot new versions of their pieces -- faster, smaller, more complete,
or putatively less buggy.  The replacement of a working component by a new
version requires the same systematic testing procedure that adding a new
component does, although it should require less time, for more complete and
efficient test cases will usually be available.
                -- Frederick Brooks Jr., "The Mythical Man Month"
 
Linux Computers:  118 of 1023

As the trials of life continue to take their toll, remember that there
is always a future in Computer Maintenance.
                -- National Lampoon, "Deteriorata"
 
Linux Computers:  119 of 1023

As Will Rogers would have said, "There is no such things as a free variable."
 
Linux Computers:  120 of 1023

ASCII a stupid question, you get an EBCDIC answer.
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