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  9. Excellent read Patrick – I’m giving PSS History and ACP->z/TPF via ALCS Training talks here in the Sandpit and found your page because I was looking for Hans Eisele, the TPFDF legend from Swissair, who once told me:

    “In the world of ones and zeroes, it’s either a one or a zero”

    He meant: you need to know every bit of every byte in every LREC in every file. That’s your job.

    Many thanks and best wishes from DXB

    1. Thank you. I met Hans Eisele, but only briefly when I was getting started in the 80s. I wish you luck with your course. I am still pondering writing the book on ACP/TPF so I’d like to stay in touch and perhaps share some of your other research, if you don’t mind? I fear I could have left this a bit late as many of my contemporaries are no longer with us and I have personally been out of TPF since Amadeus dropped it so my knowledge is a bit dated. It would be a shame if this innovative OS was not better known and appreciated outside the small brotherhood of devotees.

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