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From: "Bill" <london222 AT netzero DOT net>
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Subject: Executing a program without explicitly writing to disk
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 16:15:22 -0400
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Is it possible for an embedded program to be executed without
writing the program to disk?

I'm thinking perhaps of some way to issue a jump to the where
the embedded program is stored in memory and then transfer
execution back to the original program once the embedded program
has terminated.

Thanks

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