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The shirt lies.. I never saw any system that would automatically insert newlines for you. I was born in 1971 and spent plenty of time writing BASIC programs. I always had to print a newline character to get the output to look like that.
I guess there could have been some that did it for you. But I worked on Apples (IIe & IIc), on an Atari 800XL and some old Sinclairs (had the ZX80 & 81 (before the Timex days BTW)) and none of those did.
Anyway, I was kinda excited to see this one today. Haven't seen any shirts I liked much on here lately, but this one is kinda cute.
I've always wanted to put something like this on a shirt:
"CHR$32... The final frontier."
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ronman101 wrote:NO! When you execute the command, it is going to RUN forever and all you see is TIME LOOP on your green 12" monitor (Lucky if you had color) until you press the Control and C Key to stop it to get back to the lovely ">" command prompt. It's like looking at infinity!
He's referring to the typo in the program. The program won't run because the 1Ø in the 2Ø line will not correctly go to the 1O line. They are different characters. I'm not even sure the program will compile because of the error. It probably needs the Ø character to run correctly.
Bouts of Consternation:
8/17/11; 9/14/11; 10/12/11; 11/09/11, 12/06/11; 4/26/12
And right now.
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Looks like ATARI BASIC blue to me. I'm now going to have to dig through the crap in my attic to break out my old 130XE.
DAMN YOU SHIRT.W00T.COM!
Since 2008 w00t has taken me for $1127.75.
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vjl wrote:Should I admit I still own my Commodore 64? And it still works!
I still have mine, too! :3
"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe." ~Albert Einstein