In article <8...@rpp386.Dallas.TX.US> j...@rpp386.Dallas.TX.US (John F. Haugh II) writes:
>Do you *really* trust college students to write real software? If so, youI am a college student. Also the author of GNU grep, coauthor of GNU diff,
>must have never attended a university similiar to the one I graduated from.
and working on GNU sort . . . all of my programs are faster and (I hope)
more robust than the Unix programs they replace. I am glad to hear that
you don't trust me to write real software, and that you will not be
using my programs.
Do you really trust your vendor to write real software? Most of them
I have heard that the reason some vendors don't distribute source is
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