Being safe on the internet (was Re: Here we go again - ISP DPI, but is it interception?)
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Thu Aug 12 10:14:23 BST 2010
In article <4C62F16E.9080405 at bbk.ac.uk>, ken <k.brown at bbk.ac.uk> writes
>A colleague of mine ... [told] the people who took problem calls at
>IBM ... exactly what the programmers had done wrong in the source code
>of a program for which we didn't have the source code - the error was
>produced by an obvious typo in the assembler. Obvious to him that is.
I did that few times for DOS4 ! Although (as an OEM who wrote, with my
own fair hand, a few customisations) I had the source code for several
of the device drivers and utilities, I didn't for the main body of the
product. The parts in question were written in Intel assembly code.
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