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Posted by Tarvo on January 9, 2004 16:56:21 UTC

Thank you Alan, I'll think about what you said. Perhaps one thing to confirm again is that everything in the system happens simultaneously, massively simultaneously like in nature. This means that there are systems interacting with each other in "real time" implemented with event chains similar to Unix real time engine.

You *really* don't have a computer? I cannot imagine it because I had a computer most of my life, I cannot imagine life without it... Buy an old computer, these are really cheap now, but they work well. Better pentium or athlon, but even 386 will do, for example for slackware linux you need 386 processor, 16 MB RAM and 500 MB disk space.

Tarvo

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