Deadbeef

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In computing deadbeef may refer to:

  • DEADBEEF, the hexadecimal representation of the 32-bit number 3735928559, used in Hexspeak and as a magic debug value
  • DEADBEEF, famously used on IBM systems such as the RS/6000, also used in the classic Mac OS operating systems, OPENSTEP Enterprise, and the Commodore Amiga. On Sun Microsystems' Solaris, marks freed kernel memory (KMEM_FREE_PATTERN) " Magic number ( programming )
  • DeaDBeeF, an audio player program