[OT] - Dr Dobbs Portal Article (March 01, 2000)

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  1. 2b|!2b==?

    2b|!2b==? Guest

    Hi, I recently came accross an interesting article on DDP's website:
    http://www.ddj.com/database/184401205?pgno=1. Unfortunately, the link to
    the code that was discussed in the article is no longer available. I
    tried contacting the author (Ben M. Faul), but received a delivery
    failure notification when I contacted him athe address he provided in
    the article.

    I was wondering, by chance, does anyone in here have a copy copy of the
    original code lying about somewhere?. If so, I'd be very grateful if you
    could mail it to me at the following address:

    takashi_[MAGIC_NUMBER]@[opposite_of_cold]mail.com

    Where the magic number is 950 - 1
    2b|!2b==?, Jan 8, 2008
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  2. 2b|!2b==? a écrit :
    > Hi, I recently came accross an interesting article on DDP's website:
    > http://www.ddj.com/database/184401205?pgno=1. Unfortunately, the link to
    > the code that was discussed in the article is no longer available. I
    > tried contacting the author (Ben M. Faul), but received a delivery
    > failure notification when I contacted him athe address he provided in
    > the article.
    >
    > I was wondering, by chance, does anyone in here have a copy copy of the
    > original code lying about somewhere?. If so, I'd be very grateful if you
    > could mail it to me at the following address:
    >
    > takashi_[MAGIC_NUMBER]@[opposite_of_cold]mail.com
    >
    > Where the magic number is 950 - 1

    CUJ ftp site is still up.

    You can download the source code at:
    ftp://ftp.cuj.com/sourcecode/cuj/2000/cujmar2000.zip


    Michael
    Michael DOUBEZ, Jan 8, 2008
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  3. 2b|!2b==?

    2b|!2b==? Guest

    Michael DOUBEZ wrote:

    > 2b|!2b==? a écrit :
    >
    >> Hi, I recently came accross an interesting article on DDP's website:
    >> http://www.ddj.com/database/184401205?pgno=1. Unfortunately, the link
    >> to the code that was discussed in the article is no longer available.
    >> I tried contacting the author (Ben M. Faul), but received a delivery
    >> failure notification when I contacted him athe address he provided in
    >> the article.
    >>
    >> I was wondering, by chance, does anyone in here have a copy copy of
    >> the original code lying about somewhere?. If so, I'd be very grateful
    >> if you could mail it to me at the following address:
    >>
    >> takashi_[MAGIC_NUMBER]@[opposite_of_cold]mail.com
    >>
    >> Where the magic number is 950 - 1

    >
    > CUJ ftp site is still up.
    >
    > You can download the source code at:
    > ftp://ftp.cuj.com/sourcecode/cuj/2000/cujmar2000.zip
    >
    >
    > Michael


    Thanks Michael
    2b|!2b==?, Jan 8, 2008
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