A Special Message for Today

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6 thoughts on “A Special Message for Today

    • Jeff C. says:

      Oh come on, Jeff, how lazy can you get. You mean you didn’t want to get out your binary/decimal/octal/ascii/ebcdic/machineIinstruction chart and translate each character one by one? Or better yet, maybe get out pencil and paper, and actually multiply out what decimal value the binary number is equivalent to? Oh, I forgot, programmers and other computer people are lazy, which is why we have all these wonderful computer tools in the first place.

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