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This is in response to Keith Wayland's observation in the last sentence of his letter to H. K. Hodge that if N has K non-zero bits in binary form then N! has N-K trailing binary zeros. Here is a proof of that statement, by induction of course.
This paper discusses the role of computer message systems in an automated office. Relationships between office automation and computer networks are identified. The paper also reports the status of the current development of message systems and related standards.
Just a few quick lines to express gratitude for the August 1989 issue. Tim Dietrich's "The NeXT Computer" was exactly what was needed at the right moment. I would like to know more about this system specifically about any plans to expand into multiuser capability, support for plotters and...
The Edison System is a software system written by Brinch Hansen. It was originally done for a PDP-11 computer, but is now available for the IBM PC and compatibles and consists of:• an operating system,• an operating system kernel,• editor,• Edison language compiler,• an assembler for...
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