there is hope for tiny code!
bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
Sat Apr 15 00:09:02 CDT 2006
Roy J. Tellason wrote:
> On Friday 14 April 2006 10:48 pm, Fred Cisin wrote:
>>>Smallest executable I ever generated was a whopping 7 bytes long -- after
>>>I'd seen the "CLS" command under DOS and wanted the same thing for my
>>>CP/M box... Used standard tools, too, and didn't have to do anything
>>the smallest executable is 0 bytes.
>>With several OS's, it will perfom a jump to 100h, and rerun whatever
>>executable is still in RAM.
> Now that you mention it I remember doing that one under CP/M too, called it
> "go". :-)
Well your 0's must be different from my 0's . They must have hidden /'s
to make them larger or you take advantage with a bug/feature? with cp/m.
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