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Dudley's (New, Improved) Dungeon

< Feb 18th, 2009 >paxed
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@ "Ah, a wand."
You see here a      
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@ "Now where did I put the scroll of identify..."
m - a blessed wand  
of debugging.       
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What do you want to 
zap? [klm or ?*]    
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@ "Here goes..."
Program received sig
0xb7f0ce9e in read (
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Where's Spellbook of GDB Manual?
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3 Comments

#1 NobodySpecial Wed, 18 Feb 2009 00:44:27
So the real reason that the FSF folks want reversible debugging is so they can cheat in NetHack? For shame!

#2 Thvor Wed, 18 Feb 2009 21:01:59
This would've perhaps been better if he'd been chased by a pack of grid bugs. Or some other a, maybe. Or is there a follow-up joke that I've just predicted the punchline of?

#3 PIxels Wed, 18 Feb 2009 21:55:18
The buffer overflow explodes! You are freaked out by the burst of kaleidoscopic light.

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