Re: Omniflop: Read / Write 1581 discs in XP , 2000 and NT

sta@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Joe Forster/STA) writes:

not _exactly_ working, but thinking only.

Hey, you can't do any programming without thinking first... :)

Or rather: you can't do any _decent_ programming without thinking first.

I was about to say, I see *plenty* of programming without thinking. How
do you think Microsoft meets its deadlines? ;)

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