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SubjectRe: The kernal itself is low level assembly language
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In article <36C0DB78.4F0031A9@pobox.com>, Mark Lord  <mlord@pobox.com> wrote:
From this evening's chat session at msnbc:
>...
>>[Chris_MSNBC says]:
>> <Eric Murray>: what programming laungauge is used in linux, is it all C
>> code? What do you think of Java, and will any launguage replace C as
>> the dominant language
>>
>>[Linus_Torvalds- says:]
>> The kernal itself is low level assembly language....it's just how things
>> are done.

Oh egads.

I wasn't actually typing - the company firewall makes that impossible,
and I don't like irc anyway, so I was actually on the phone to people
and they transcribed.

Is there a transcript anywhere, just so that I can check?

Linus

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