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- Jan 5, 2010 | 3:07 PM EST
I had this silly idea yesterday that I'd try making a Hello World program as complicated as possible. The hello world machine produces the message from binary to ascii using a complicated system of physical bits and conveyors and whatnot. The original message is read from the upper stripe of short and long dashes.
Also, this machine is far from flawless and can actually screw up the message for a variety of reasons.