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Tyler



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Hablá íngles, porque yo [have forgotten] todo mi espanol. Como se dice "cara'e poio" en ingles?
Like I tried to say, I've forgotten a lot of from never using it. I get the "What passes" and the "all wind", might you be insulting me?
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Quote:
cara'e poio

It isn't proper spanish. Maybe he meant "cara de pollo" so it translates to "chicken face".
It is not an insult, just a popular expression. It's like using "dude"
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¿Qué pasa? == (literally what pass) ==What's up!
cara'e poio == cara de pollo == (literally chicken face) == my dear friend
¿todo viento? == ¿todo bien? == (literally all wind) == everything is fine?

Here you go =D

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¿Qué pasa? == (literally what pass) ==What's up! == quoi de de neuf? == que ce passe t' il?
cara'e poio == cara de pollo == (literally chicken face) == my dear friend = mon cher ami == mon pote
¿todo viento? == ¿todo bien? == (literally all wind) == everything is fine? == tout va bien?

i finished to write the 10 pages essay last night, now, i will bring it to editor, and we'll know if it's ok for the entire book.
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Précisément mon pote! =D
efed wrote:
i finished to write the 10 pages essay last night, now, i will bring it to editor, and we'll know if it's ok for the entire book.

C'est très magnifique!.

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Post 30 Apr 2010, 10:55
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ass0 wrote:
Précisément mon pote! =D
efed wrote:
i finished to write the 10 pages essay last night, now, i will bring it to editor, and we'll know if it's ok for the entire book.

C'est très magnifique!.


on ne dit pas "c'est très magnifique", on dit plutôt, "c'est genial" ou "c'est cool".

"c'est très magnifique" would correspond to "It is very beautifull".
as you can see, beautifull don't apply to this kind of subject.


about the essay:

the editor told me right now it is not really ok, there is a need in deeper and cleaner explanations. then, he give me until the 18th may to remake it a lot cleaner. but he remark this can become really interresting, then, it will surelly be made.

and i should confess, i wrote thoses 10 pages in only 3 days, approximatelly 12 hours in total because last days were really busy, it was really dashed. then, it means i just have to write with care, and slowly. i need also preliminary reads from beginners to reach the goal of a clean document.
i still have a friend that don't know anything to asm, i thing his help will be cool.
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heeh xD, je pensais à utiliser: "c'est très bien".
Cheer up!, i think you should write it with or without them, there is always room for a GPL book, besides the editors are not so exigent. =)

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Wink that's what i believe too, but i need to eat and pay the rent. Sad
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edfed wrote:
Wink that's what i believe too, but i need to eat and pay the rent. Sad

What is your internet upload speed? Maybe we can do business.

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i just have 150Kilo bytes/s in upload, not enough...
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I think they: http://www.free.fr/fibre-optique/index.html have great packages, but i don't know the prices.

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theirs packages are pure lies.
i know free, it is not as fast as they say.
i still have the faster public ISP in france.

i just should see them to know how to upgrade for a faster connection.
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yo wuzzup! best-seller writter, today is 18th =D.

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it might be cool.
need a good frame for the book, build lessons on examples, codes, etc.
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So you got the job, or are they still considering hiring you?

P.S. I have yet to learn French, but it's number ∞ on my todo list Very Happy.
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i got the mission to make a good frame, and then, they will give a contract.

hem, it is not as easy as internet article writing...
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ok, now it is ok, i have until the 1st october to write this book... omg, it is really soon....

now i ask one thing, you, user of fasm, what sort of knowledge do you need clearlly explained in a book about assembly programming?

i still have a global structure for the book, something to follow more or less, and then, the content will depend on what i can detect as "needed" by professionnal and student asm programmers. suggestion will help in a better construction.

one really annoying fact is:
MASM supremacy, i don't like MASM, because of M$, it is the mainstream assembler, and for me, it is one of the worse too... as i cannot understand Masm interrest, i will simply ignore masm community (don't want to deal with M$uckers), only fasm will be completelly aborded, and a little other assemblers, just to show differences, one or two pages maxi.

i will need a lot of tricks too, and sadlly, i will be forced to write them in a (c) form for the book, i hope it will not be constraining. GPL is the ideal licence for such a thing, espacially when it is only a book to learn, it will only show things daily used by coders, then, licence cannot be applyed to this kind of code.

for example:
to convert number to hexadecimal ascii string, there are no more than one natural way to do, and one optimal way (daa trick..)

i am really loosed in the desert right now...
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so why c only?
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C like copyright, not like C language
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edfed wrote:

to convert number to hexadecimal ascii string, there are no more than one natural way to do, and one optimal way (daa trick..)

Be careful about what you call optimal.

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