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Even highly compressed data cannot be expected to fit into that space in all situations.
But isn't 1 close to 0 for small enough values of 1? ;-)
The thorny case of kmalloc(0)
Posted Jun 8, 2007 19:03 UTC (Fri) by jengelh (subscriber, #33263)
Posted Jun 8, 2007 20:03 UTC (Fri) by jzbiciak (✭ supporter ✭, #5246)
That's the sound of both jokes going over your head. :-)
Posted Jun 8, 2007 21:12 UTC (Fri) by oak (subscriber, #2786)
Sure it can. Just use a state-of-the-art 100% lossy algorithm.
(Maybe something similar to the "iterative compression" announced few
years ago. No, wait... You can't, that's already patented...)
Posted Jun 8, 2007 21:22 UTC (Fri) by jzbiciak (✭ supporter ✭, #5246)
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