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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I paid nearly $1k for 4 or 8MB of RAM for the SE/30 in 89 iirc...about the same for the HUGE 40MB hard drive that I thought would take years to fill :)

    • by Elian (119) on 2001.11.21 15:53 (#1939) Homepage Journal
      IIRC the RAM cost around $150 per 16K cartridge. (Though it was more than 20 years ago, so I may not be RC) I thought it was an awful lot of memory at the time, and I suppose it was--you could do quite a bit with 16K of RAM when writing in Atari BASIC. Or 6502 assembly. Now you're hard pressed to squeeze the dynamic library link info into 16K...