Re: [NTLK] newtontalk Digest V2 #417

From: Laurent Daudelin (
Date: Fri Jun 07 2002 - 00:30:09 EDT

on 06/06/02 23:28, Grant [Somewhat Portable] Hutchinson at

> In a previous message, typed vigorously:
>> I think the NTR is smaller than the NT... anyways.
> The NTR and the NT were exactly the same casing and dimensions:


Are you sure that Victor was not mistakenly talking about the II NT?


Laurent Daudelin                            <>
Logiciels Nemesys Software                  

flat adj.: 1. [common] Lacking any complex internal structure. "That bitty box has only a flat filesystem, not a hierarchical one." The verb form is flatten. 2. Said of a memory architecture (like that of the VAX or 680x0) that is one big linear address space (typically with each possible value of a processor register corresponding to a unique core address), as opposed to a `segmented' architecture (like that of the 80x86) in which addresses are composed from a base-register/offset pair (segmented designs are generally considered cretinous).

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