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SCO suit c|net article

On Wednesday 07 May 2003 04:22 pm, Christopher Parker wrote:

> It hadn't occurred to anybody that MAYBE, just MAYBE some people wrote code
> that behaved similarly/indentically to some UNIX functions, therefore the
> code may just happen to be the SAME?

There is a very big difference between "my code does exactly the same thing as 
your code", or even "my code has the exact same instructions as your code", 
from "my code and your code are identical on the 'diff' level, including 
variable names, punctuation, and whitespace".

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