Hello, I've been using floppy drives (mostly 1541-II) since 1991 but can't recall ever have been bitten by the @ bug. Rather than using Google to find out exactly in which causes it hits, can someone summarize in one or two sentences? Is it about the case when the floppy disk is almost full? I seem to recall the @ works by saving the file under a temporary name, then deleting the original file and renaming the temporary into the original name. If so, I can imagine if there is not enough room for the temporary copy, it might result in a splat file and the original one deleted. Best regards -- Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-11-10 08:00:33
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