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I was debugging my app, and a pointer to a new block had address 0xbaadf00d I thought that was kinda funny, as I just had eaten a really lousy dinner :-)

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heh,

yeah we use:

0xDEADBEEF

or maybe that's a sony ps2 thing. either way i see it all the time

-me

[edited by - Palidine on May 6, 2004 8:42:48 PM]

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we used to use 0xDEADBEEF all the time an university...
still use it now at work. have also used 0xBAADBEEF, 0xCAFEDEAD
haven''t ever tried to think of more though, and haven''t seen BAADFOOD before.

ha.

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That would be even funnier if it weren''t for the two high bits being set :D

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Well java class files (or some java files) have 0xCAFEBABE as a signature somewhere in there

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