Re: LZ: a little 'bug' in ZShell 4.0


Re: LZ: a little 'bug' in ZShell 4.0

On 4 Dec 1996, TYLER WARD wrote:

> > I found this a little while ago.  If you would like to bypass the
> > 'credits' at the end of zshell as a teacher protect or something, you can
> > do this.  Type up this program:
> > DispG
> > Pause
> > run it, then run zshell.  It will automatically clear the credits away.
> > Kinda weird.
> i found a bug in this program, it killed my computer, this program
> is defective and does not work worth jack.


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