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Old 03-09-2012, 02:28 PM   #16
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Try od rather than hexdump
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Never trust ... command names over three characters.
If your problem with "hexdump" is that it has too many letters in its command name, this busybox also has an "hd" command built-in that only has two letters, but if I use that I have to deal with the extra ASCII output tacked onto the end of each line. No thanks. I will stick with the longer command name that emits shorter and faster output. I feel no burning desire to optimize for command name length. Maximum speed and functionality with minumum lines of code is my thing. Sorry...
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Ah... so you started your adventure in computing with a slide-rule and a hand-cranked adding machine then... I see...
Slide-rule and analog computer.
These "digital" things are only a passing fad, I don't expect the fad to last.
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Slide-rule and analog computer.
These "digital" things are only a passing fad, I don't expect the fad to last.
Yeah, I remember all those panels full of 10-turn pots. And the plugboards full of cables to connect all those discrete transistor op-amps together. And loading a new application by first yanking out all those cables. But in the physics lab the analog computer spent most of its time running the joysticks for spacewar on the huge round vector display connected to the DIGITAL computer. I wonder how much electricity that giant "analog joystick controller" was using back at the University...


And no comments on using dd for framebuffer pixel plotting? Come on! I think that is just too cool. To you, it may seem like picking your teeth with a crowbar, but I prefer to think of it as trimming your mustache with a table saw...

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