Loc: Finland, on the Arctic Circle
Heheh, cool. a .bat file. I haven't messed around with those since the 90s. :P
In those days it was common to have various config and autoexec files around depending on what you wanted to do. Games had different memory management requirements, than say graphics apps in windows 3.1. I made .bat commands that replaced the config and autoexec and prompted me to boot the computer next.
Years ago, in the early '80's working in BASIC, with my students, I had read that this had been an issue in some cases. I used it as a humorous bit to get my students attention to giving very precise instructions for the user.
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
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