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Make a Windows program by stuffing bytes into a buffer and writing it to disk: no compiler, no assembler, no linker, no nothing! It was the obvious conclusion of my recent efforts to gain more control over what goes into my executables, and this time I could set every bit exactly as I wanted it. Yes, I am still a control freak.
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