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--- On Wed, 1/28/09, Al Geist <al -dot- geist -at- geistassociates -dot- com> wrote:
> While I agree that a finer understanding of how computers
> operate, my minor
> included VAX Assembly Language, in addition to Pascal and
> Fortran. I have to
> say that my VAX Assembly Language class was the last time I
> used that
> language. Any other time I worked on a VAX system, I used
> UNIX. I use more
> of what I learned from BASIC and Pascal than I have from
> VAX Assembly.
> However, with that said computers are just plain fun and
> sure make tech
> writing a heck of a lot easier to do than the old days of
> chisel on granite.
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