Chris Beilby (email@example.com)
Fri, 13 Aug 1999 20:44:01 -0700
> At 17:49 8/13/1999 +0100, you wrote:
> >Did anyone notice "AMD K6-2" on the monitor in the zion base?? Kind of
> >funny, they still use K6 in those days! (haha really funny.....)
> Anime frequently uses screen dumps of various computer routines to get
> their on-screen computer code. I've seen everything from BASIC source code
> listings to hexadecimal core dumps over the years. Assembly language and C
> are especially popular because they look meaningful while being next to
> impossible to read, but they almost always include something anachronistic
> like this.
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I know... In Macross, there was a scene where they used a screen dump
of the old ASCIItext Star Trek game on Misa's bridge station monitor.
Talk about a laugh!
-- Christopher Beilby
Gundam_Wiz of Gundam MUSH (gundam.jafa.net port 9999)
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