A little while ago an old time friend called regarding fixing Dos batch codes it had been sometime since I used this but being a hardware and software engineer Dos batch codes was something which I frequently used so I was not totally lame in recollecting how to write them. It took a little while to refresh my memory but none the less I put my work into focus and was able to revive and old dos system which was working a unique piece of software which no longer available to purchase. At times like this digging under the chestnut tree is essential.
I love the different areas in computers I find it constantly revolves however I find that there are to many not needed languages.
How do you keep languages under control?
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