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BOTOKILLER



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I've started website for my OS project - http://nsos.0fees.net/
I am planning to make some tutorials for novices, put some info about my OS and maybe even gather a team!
*Dont press top image because it redirects somewhere I dont even know where)

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Post 22 Apr 2011, 16:03
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First you should learn something very easy like Microsoft QBASIC, then learn Visual Basic and further C, C++ and/or Assembler


This learning path is not the best for an assembly programmer. IMHO, learning C/C++ can ruin the ability of one to understand the true assembly way. Basic is better in this regard, but still learning assembly as a first language is the best.
Although, this approach will ruin the ability of one to use HLLs afterward. He will accept them as ridiculous and pointless. Very Happy
Post 22 Apr 2011, 17:03
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JohnFound wrote:
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First you should learn something very easy like Microsoft QBASIC, then learn Visual Basic and further C, C++ and/or Assembler


This learning path is not the best for an assembly programmer. IMHO, learning C/C++ can ruin the ability of one to understand the true assembly way. Basic is better in this regard, but still learning assembly as a first language is the best.
Although, this approach will ruin the ability of one to use HLLs afterward. He will accept them as ridiculous and pointless. Very Happy

yeah, may be I should write more about "asm or C" issue in the begining

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Post 22 Apr 2011, 17:11
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3/3 )) I'm waiting for tutorials hehe Very Happy (only in ASM ^^)
Post 22 Apr 2011, 17:19
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Overflowz wrote:
3/3 )) I'm waiting for tutorials hehe Very Happy (only in ASM ^^)

Very Happy I will mostly write about "how does it works in general", but code examples are also going to be there)

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Post 22 Apr 2011, 17:30
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That's not problem mate Wink You know your job and what are good and bad. Good luck ! Smile
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Overflowz wrote:
BOTOKILLER
That's not problem mate Wink You know your job and what are good and bad. Good luck ! Smile

thank you

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Post 23 Apr 2011, 05:11
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You can't really fully grasp C or C++ without understanding Asm, but on other side understanding some basic programming constructs may be somewhat harder in Asm. I'd say, go for Asm, it is maybe little bit harder way, but if you make it, you have solid grounds to learn higher languages.
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I added page about protected mode!
http://nsos.0fees.net/Protected%20Mode.htm

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Post 23 Apr 2011, 07:59
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Nice. I can't wait for the tutorials.

About the site, I think its great but you need a layout so that the site can look organized. Very Happy
Post 25 Apr 2011, 21:20
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typedef



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I can design the site for you Very Happy
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