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SubjectRe: Linux ELF Implementation
Hi,

On Mon, 2 Sep 2002, Ralf Baechle wrote:
> There answer is no; the ELF magic at the begin of an ELF file contains
> a non-printable character.

...and yes if you write a program which concatenates half-based characters
to a full base, the only thing that hurts is that you have to write at
least twice as much...

Thunder
--
--./../...-/. -.--/---/..-/.-./..././.-../..-. .---/..-/.../- .-
--/../-./..-/-/./--..-- ../.----./.-../.-.. --./../...-/. -.--/---/..-
.- -/---/--/---/.-./.-./---/.--/.-.-.-
--./.-/-.../.-./.././.-../.-.-.-

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