PDP11

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Dann Corbit
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Re: PDP11

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I wrote C code for the geophysics dept at UW when I was in college, The memory space was tiny
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op12no2
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Re: PDP11

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I used to write in PDP-11 assembler, but it was 45 years ago and it just looks alien to me now :)
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Re: PDP11

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PS: The chess program running on the DEC machines at the time was Richard Greenblatt's Mac Hack, but they were not running Unix where I was - TOPS 20 OS on the mainframe, not sure about the PDP-11.
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Re: PDP11

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