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This program saves RAM on your local machine when
copying and pasting: pressing Ctrl-C now copies the
highlighted text to an Internet server instead of to local
To save RAM on the Internet server, only the most
recent user input is stored in memory. Worldwide, users'
using about a terabyte of RAM for
temporary storage. Think of the savings if this is
replaced by a single, shared temporary storage -- the
memory requirement decreases by about six orders of
Highlight text, press Ctrl-C: text copied to clipboard on
Press Ctrl-V: text from clipboard pasted at cursor
Best use it quickly, before someone else does.
ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability)
Its all about concurrent accesses! [mofosyne, Jun 12 2014]
BSWD (Birth, School, Work, Death )
It's all about The Godfathers! [normzone, Jun 12 2014]
||What will happen is that you will press Ctrl-C, and before you can
press Ctrl-V, someone else will have pressed Ctrl-C. So you will end
up pasting the thing the other person copied.
||And hence why atomicity is important when dealing
with sequential operation.
||To help enforce ACID (Atomicity, Consistency,
Isolation, Durability) compliance, armed guards will
be stationed next to each workers. Only one person
may use Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V, at a time on the pain of
||Based on the title I actually thought to have a World-Wild Shared Gamble Clipboard stuff.
You press CTLR+C, you go to the place to insert your
stuff, press CTRL+V and bummm, someone else's stuff
will get inserted there because your stuff is already
inserted for someone else.
Luck based text edition, what a fun it will be!