C-Bit

Now that the CeBIT is open, here’s a little sketch dedicated to everyone who still knows a bit about assembly language…

c-bit

2 Comments

  1. r

    Zu den Bits äbe es noch zwei Schnipsel: Da gab es an der Mosel mal eine Party, zur Zeit des Empordämmerns des x386 und in der Küche hatte sich so ein Spätzustands-‘Gespräch’ wg 16/32 Bit aus dem Nichts entwickelt. Irgendwann ertönte aus der Ecke ein erstickender Hilferuf: Is mir ejal, ob 16 oder 32 Bit, diese Kiste ist jedenfalls leer.

    Und den Klassiker… MS-Widows: A 32bit extension and graphic shell to a 16bit patch to an 8bit operating system originally written for a 4bit microcomputer which was written by a 2bit company that can’t stand one bit of competition.

    Doch um C nicht zu kurz kommen zu lassen… C: A language that combines all the elegance and power of assembly language with all the readability and maintainability of assembly language.

    • c

      Ob der mit der Kiste das auch bei 64Bit geschafft hätte? Oder mit 256bit-SIMD-Registern, äh, also acht 32-Bit-Kästen parallel? :D

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