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Malcolm McLean
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      12-07-2010
On Dec 7, 2:57*am, Gene <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>
> I'm really pushing old memories here, but the Ctl-Z business in
> Windows is a legacy of early MSDOS and ultimately CPM, from which many
> of the ideas of MSDOS were shamelessly copied (well, MSDOS _did_ use
> back- rather than forward slashes...).
>

Which must have cost tens of millions of dollars in problems with
software not being compatible between Unix and PCs, purely because of
the path specification issue.


 
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