/* Cold Boot */
#define star *
#define here 0xFFFF0000ul
void cold (void)
void (far star yonder) (void) = (void (far star) (void)) here;
(star yonder) ();
The usual MSDOS C compilers will accept this code and
compile a module defining the function cold(); calling
this function will do a cold boot of the computer.
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