pkoning at equallogic.com
Tue Mar 1 19:09:20 CST 2005
>>>>> "Ashley" == Ashley Carder <wacarder at usit.net> writes:
>> Maybe I should republish the T-shirt I made up in college, with
>> the text:
>> C6 A4 83 92 40 C9 C2 D4
See an EBCDIC code chart...
>> Somewhat related, there once was a company named "Outer Products"
>> that produced lovely geek T-shirts. One I remember -- it said:
>> (.)(.) IKF4084
Ashley> Ok, Paul, my secret decoder ring doesn't seem to be working.
Ashley> How long before you decode this for us?
OS/360 Messages and Codes says IKF is a Cobol compiler message. The
COBOL manual says (going from memory here -- it's not on Al's site):
IKF4084-I -- Questionable use of parentheses accepted
with doubts as to meaning
I haven't a clue what kind of code a compiler would generate when it
spits out a message like that. My guess is that this is what you get
if you feed it the source line "(.)(.)" but I haven't actually tried
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