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On Wed, 02 Aug 2006 15:58:43 GMT,
Oliver Wong <owong@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> You use Command Lines all the time and don't know it!!!
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | Man, the heat Linux catches over command lines! The flames! The trolls!
>> | The clueless screaming for help! And all the while, command lines are
>> | right under your nose the whole time! Yes, even on the most mousy,
>> | GUI-driven, WIMPy, point-n-drool interface, whether it be Macs or
>> | Microsofties, you're typing commands into prompts every day!
>> Quite a juvenile post, but a valid point is being made. No-one should fear
>> the command-line interface, which is already mastered by all. Of
> This implies that there is only one command-line, which is of course
> untrue, especially when "command-line" is defined broadly enough to include
> any and all text fields found on the Internet.
> I might be a master of the "command-line" which is located on my own
> blog (seeing as how I implemented it myself in PHP), but still fear and be
> unfamiliar with a command line for a Linux shell which claims to be inspired
> by INTERCAL in the same manner than the csh is inspired by C.
> - Oliver
Heck with intercal, bring on bfsh, brainfuck shell...
ow! I sprained a frontal lobe.
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Jim Richardson http://www.eskimo.com/~warlock
My friends tell me that I refuse to grow up, but I know they're just
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