There is a very useful and interesting article by Chris Down:
“In defence of swap: common misconceptions”.
What does your Mac do on Startup? Knockknock knows.
Melvin Conway is a compiler
developer and systems designer, who is well known for the eponymous
Conway’s Law. Various
phrasings exist of that, and one popular is
In 1982, Scott Fahlmann invented the use of :-) and :-(
for marking up emotions or semantic context in written online communication.
That was a great idea.
#define MH_PIE 0x200000 /* When this bit is set, the OS will load the main executable at a random address. Only used in MH_EXECUTE filetypes. */
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