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Re: [dvd-discuss] Bunner wins DeCSS trade secret appeal

> 2. Can you give an example of any computer program that is not, when it is run,
> data that is interpreted by (another) computer program?

Depends on what you mean "interpreted".  Most modern OSs process the
executables in some way, but the native code for a compiled program still
essentially runs on the hardware.  You could argue that most modern
processors use microcode, etc., so it it another program....

  -- noah silva