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SubjectRe: test10-pre3
On Wed, 18 Oct 2000, Mike A. Harris wrote:

> It's RNCD: Roman Numeral Coded Decimal. The new standard for
> information interchange. A new proprietary feature of Intel
> CPU's that will bring new high performance web sites to the reach
> of the masses! Now you can access these special custom websites
> only if you have a real Intel CPU! That is because other CPU's
> from AMD, etc.. do not yet have the high technological edge of
> "Roman Numeral Technology Extensions(TM)" (RMTE).

And since IBM is getting into the open source movement they will issue
their own version called ERNCDIC (Extended Roman Numeral Coded Decimal
Interchange Code) to complement EBCDIC.

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