Questionable statement in article
ceri at submonkey.net
Sun Aug 8 20:23:53 UTC 2004
On Sun, Aug 08, 2004 at 08:24:10PM +0200, Joel Dahl wrote:
> "BSD can execute Linux code, while Linux can not execute BSD code. As a
> result, more software is available for BSD than for Linux."
> The last sentence can't be an established fact that's measurable in
> numbers, or am I wrong? No big deal, but why not just cut it down to:
> "BSD can execute Linux code, while Linux can not execute BSD code."
I don't think anyone has actually counted, but it's essentially a
For code(bsd) > 0, code(bsd) + code(linux) > code(linux).
It is not tinfoil, it is my new skin. I am a robot.
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