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Count Zero (1997)

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Seven years after the events of Neuromancer, strange things begin to happen in the Matrix, leading to the proliferation of what appear to be voodoo gods .

Two powerful multinational corporations are engaged in a battle for control over a powerful new technology using hackers and the Matrix as well as espionage and violence.

 Explanation of the novel's title
The title of the book, other than being the pseudonym of the main character Bobby Newmark, was also claimed by Gibson to be a word-play on the alleged computer programming term count zero interrupt. According to a frontleaf of the book, in a "count zero interrupt", an interrupt of a process decrements a counter to zero. The exact quote is "On receiving an interrupt, decrement the counter to zero." (The term "count zero interrupt" or CZI could be found in the book: Programming The Z80 by Rodnay Zaks, 1982.)



Language Publisher Collection Release Pages ISBN
pl Prószyński i S-ka
fr 312 9782707116208


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