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A new "Beginner section" on board ?
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hopcode



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hopcode
FAQ are not enough, the number of Manuals grows, but
the Learning Approach remains 90% a waste of time.
One must learn first to choose the Teacher, who teachs...

Yes, Very Happy
Lot of men on this World consider themselves "beginner".
To be a "Beginner" makes their Happiness and Destiny.

Now, Very Happy
Why not create a Beginner Section on fasm messagboard ?
They (or We), the "Beginner", will find solutions fastly and a ease and the more experienced could dedicate themselves to other thread/things.

The forum will not grow for the quantity but for the quality of
organization on finding solutions.

Greetings,
hopcode
Post 23 Dec 2009, 03:09
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revolution
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Post 23 Dec 2009, 03:17
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kohlrak



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revolution wrote:
Agree.

See here: http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=8017


Um..
Post 23 Dec 2009, 03:41
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kohlrak wrote:
Um..
Oh, sorry, that topic appears to be missing.

Here is what I said:
revolution wrote:
Layout 2

General
-Getting Started (new: suggested by revolution)
-X86 Code (renamed: Main)
-High Level Languages
-Projects (renamed: Projects and Ideas)
-ARM Code (new: suggested by pelaillo)

OS
-Windows
-Making Your Own (renamed: OS Construction)
-Dos
-MenuetOS
-Linux
-Unix

fasm
-Compiler Internals
-Macroinstructions
-IDE Development

Other
-Heap
-Test Area
-Feedback
Post 23 Dec 2009, 03:48
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revolution wrote:
kohlrak wrote:
Um..
Oh, sorry, that topic appears to be missing.

Here is what I said:
revolution wrote:
Layout 2

General
-Getting Started (new: suggested by revolution)
-X86 Code (renamed: Main)
-High Level Languages
-Projects (renamed: Projects and Ideas)
-ARM Code (new: suggested by pelaillo)

OS
-Windows
-Making Your Own (renamed: OS Construction)
-Dos
-MenuetOS
-Linux
-Unix

fasm
-Compiler Internals
-Macroinstructions
-IDE Development

Other
-Heap
-Test Area
-Feedback


I like that idea, too. I've been wanting to try arm development (especially for the Nintendo DS). I still like "OS Construction," but that's just keeping it old style. I would change the main though...

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General
-Getting Started (new: suggested by revolution)
-X86 Code (renamed: Main)
-ARM Code (new: suggested by pelaillo)
-High Level Languages
-Projects (renamed: Projects and Ideas)


Mainly because ARM is still assembly and i feel it'd be better to put it above HLLs. I am somewhat arguing with myself on whether to switch HLL and Projects or not.
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