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Lockheed Martin shares up more than 2% today

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I guess it is  because of the release of P3Dv4 tomorrow. The stock market is expecting huge sales of  P3Dv4.

Or was it because of the Saudi Arabia weapon deal signed by Trump during the weekend.

What do you think?

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P3D surely helps in this regard. It's around 0.0000001% of that 2%. :)

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imagine using p3d v4 in 2020 and it's core technology is still from 2005...

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3 hours ago, Guevorkyan said:

P3D surely helps in this regard. It's around 0.0000000000000001% of that 2%. :)

Fixed for you.;-)

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58 minutes ago, ukplane1 said:

imagine using p3d v4 in 2020 and it's core technology is still from 2005...

I can, and I drive a car with a V8 engine that was built in 1967. 

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1 hour ago, Hubinsc said:

I can, and I drive a car with a V8 engine that was built in 1967. 

Same for my V8 engine built in 82!

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12 hours ago, ukplane1 said:

imagine using p3d v4 in 2020 and it's core technology is still from 2005...

Not inconceivable.

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14 hours ago, ukplane1 said:

imagine using p3d v4 in 2020 and it's core technology is still from 2005...

Really!?

 

What about X-Plane? No one complains that has "old code". That's got to be 30+ years old.

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Well you could say the core Windows or Mac architecture is that old as well...

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Sure :D if they sold 200 Million copies of P3D they could get 10 billion $ revenue or maybe its because the saudi signed a 110 billion dollar sale ;)

I guess if we hav 200 Million P3D users, Robert Radazzo would have bought the DC-6 already and fitted it with gold plated rims :D

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On 2017-5-22 at 9:51 PM, ukplane1 said:

imagine using p3d v4 in 2020 and it's core technology is still from 2005...

If you use Microsoft Office it still uses legacy code from 1992 or earlier.

If you use an ATM or credit card your bank is still using old code from the 1960's written in FORTRAN

Using old, proven, debugged, legacy code is not a bad thing, it's a good thing.

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