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Offline xlibman

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That one time featured a quatratic solver...
« on: December 02, 2017, 04:02:37 am »

Although back then, featured programs did not necessarily make it on front page, it seems that the quality standard was quite... different :P

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Lol, this is amazing :D :walrii:
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Another thing, too, could be that back around that time they only had enough quadratic solvers to collapse into a star, rather than a black hole, so it may have been somewhat easier for one to stand out. :P
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That one time you are looking through some 18-years old news list... :P


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