But that's fine! That's all you need to do. The interactivity solves the rest, and the user can specify code vs data and so on themselves as they work through the code.
See IDA Pro (https://www.hex-rays.com/products/ida/), Dis6502 (https://www.atarimax.com/dis6502/), Ghidra (https://ghidra-sre.org/ - actually, terrible for 6502 last I checked, but it is interactive), Hopper (https://www.hopperapp.com/), and probably more.
Totally unnecessary spoilage of a laboriously crafted project and article.
Women don't feel welcome because of a play on words regarding a body part that _everyone_ has?
How does a person become so fragile?
Is the joke a bit juvenile? Yes. But if someone is so utterly offended that they crumple on hearing it, I am not sure any company is well served to have someone like that on staff. If you can't handle a stupid joke, how are you supposed to handle someone critiquing a project you've worked hard on?
Please don't perpetuate this sort of nonsense on womens' behalf. Women do have legitimate workplace grievances, but this isn't one of them. All you are accomplishing is sabotage of their legitimate frustrations.
When I started programming though I did hang out on IRC a lot. Mostly I was there to ask questions. People there were extremely rude to me just for asking questions or having an opinion. I also started out with a very low paying jobs and I have been discriminated against many times for the fact that I do not have a college degree. Now that I'm older I will be discriminated against for my age. However I persist.
If it weren't for my desire to learn, it might have turned me off. If not for my love of tech I might have switched careers. I think people who would rather make a stink about some bit of drama really weren't interested in the tech as much as they were interested in drama, money or respect.
The experience of vocal minorities being triggered by something, and then having their way is actually extremely triggering for me, as I feel I am in the company of the less-vocal majority who have been historically oppressed in such situations.
This is even worse when that vocal minority is triggered not even by their own feelings, but by assuming the feelings of a typically larger groups, on their behalf. This act takes that larger groups voice without them even being aware of it. It's horrifying.
I hope you'll reconsider and restore your fantastic article back to how it was.
Thank you! Also, please write more, and don't hold your humour or personality back. Instead let them gush forth, exploding into the ice of the world as your own unique snowflake of originality.
The world desperately needs that, at this time of minority tyrants ruling over a largely silent (but slowly awakening) majority.
In that light, it's a great, at times hilarious, article. (For example, the bit about self-modifying code is most elucidating.)
That's a bit like my 8080 disassembler in COBOL, back in the 80s.