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    #include<xErath.h> xErath's Avatar
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    NaDa


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    What a waste of webspace

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    heh... pretty interesting... 7/10
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    Quote Originally Posted by sand_man
    What a waste of webspace
    Have to agree with you there, what the hell is the point in that?

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    NaDa™ does nothing and does it in a very efficient way.
    That's wrong. It is extremely inefficient. On many filesystems, it uses 4096 times as much space as it claims, for example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Welshy
    Have to agree with you there, what the hell is the point in that?
    To be funny...

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    lol

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    So what byte value is it?

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    The version number
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    Haha! That guy has some interesting photos too... the "Portraits de Toilette" section is rather amusing.
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    #include<xErath.h> xErath's Avatar
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    1byte... a single 0x0D (carriage return).
    Name the file as something .com and it'll work.. well, pretend it does something.. but it doesn't

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