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Date: Wed, 8 Dec 1999 19:50:38 +1000
From: Alan E and Carmel J Brain <[log in to unmask]>
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Daniel McDonough wrote:

> I haven't checked out the reference at the end of this, but even if it
> isn't true, it is a good story for teaching.
>
> I wonder if the simulation was coded in Ada? <-- Ada content

Unlike most Urban Legends, this one's true.
It was in C.
And it wasn't me wot done it.
"No names, no pack drill."

Further deponent sayeth not
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