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[ALLY] Re: Ok, so we can't yet have REBOL on a Palm; not enough memory...

From: assembly:leviathan at: 25-Oct-2000 19:15

On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 09:34:23AM +0000, Michal Kracik wrote:
> Hi, > > I'm not quite sure what use would REBOL be on the console. What use is > a scripting language if the console does not have multitasking? How > would you load REBOL to the console in the first place? From a CD or > DVD? How would you type the REBOL script if the console has no > keyboard? > > To unsubscribe from this list, please send an email to
Actually I see Consoles of great use, they are great processing nodes. Especially with newer consoles and even old ones such as the CD32 having network modules and even modems could be used to use them as raw processing nodes. REBOL is a great programming language to use to glue those nodes together and share the date. Seriously think about it 1 Dreamcast goes for about 200 bucks but is extremely powerful. What does a single PC go for of the same processing power? Brady