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typedef



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typedef
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Stop posting cheap crap here, I don't like all the little wimpy things your all posting; why can't someone be a man, or super girl; real men hook at least 7 vectors, have plenty of buffer arrays, lots of extra super timers, lots of mutated versions of FASM, and got over their old self evil virus generator stage, and can finally write real, useful science projects; we don't need to be treated like poopy kids, treat us like the WareZ D00ds we once were, and always will be; IGMP
Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Evil or Very Mad Twisted Evil
Post 11 Jul 2011, 10:20
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JohnFound



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M-m-m-m-m, I have some mutated versions of FASM....
So, I am super girl, right? Embarassed Twisted Evil
Post 11 Jul 2011, 10:30
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shoorick



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mmm...... and what reaction are you expecting? somebody may have at least different criteria to decide is code good or bad

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mmm(r) company Smile
Post 11 Jul 2011, 10:32
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typedef



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typedef
heheh...wake up and smell the sarcasm
Post 11 Jul 2011, 10:37
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mindcooler



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sarcASM
Post 11 Jul 2011, 14:14
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Overflowz



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Overflowz
New assembly compiler, sarcASM with awesome true noob friendly syntaxes.
Post 11 Jul 2011, 14:32
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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Code:
C:\Documents and Settings\We are the Borg\Our Documents>sarcAsm OurUberCod.asm
sarc assembler  version 1.69.31  (116406 kilobytes memory)
Yeah, you are really smart aren't you. I couldn't find your stupid file.

C:\Documents and Settings\We are the Borg\Our Documents>sarcAsm OurUberCode.asm
sarc assembler  version 1.69.31  (116406 kilobytes memory)
OurUberCode.asm [313]:
   mov eex,[HyperMemory]
You must think I am clairvoyant or something Mr. Einstein. What sort of stupid register it that?    
Post 11 Jul 2011, 14:40
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AsmGuru62



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Awesome!!
Post 11 Jul 2011, 16:40
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edfed



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i'd like an audio assembler, with possibilityie to program electronic music with instructions.

then, if you compile a source, and run it, you will ear something like boomboomtchaktchakboomtululu

Smile
Post 11 Jul 2011, 22:34
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Enko



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revolution wrote:

OurUberCode.asm [313]:
mov eex,[HyperMemory]
You must think I am clairvoyant or something Mr. Einstein. What sort of stupid register it that?

I want this with audio output option. So the assembler says the error messages with voice and not only text Laughing
Post 11 Jul 2011, 22:42
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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edfed wrote:
i'd like an audio assembler, with possibilityie to program electronic music with instructions.

then, if you compile a source, and run it, you will ear something like boomboomtchaktchakboomtululu

Smile
This?

http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?p=15866#15866
Post 12 Jul 2011, 00:10
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JohnFound



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There was Haiku error messages once. So, why not to have sarcastic error messages Question The sarcastic part could be auto generated by the mutated version of FASM. Wink Shocked
Post 12 Jul 2011, 07:30
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shoorick



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shoorick
sarcofasm
Post 12 Jul 2011, 09:54
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edfed



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revolution:

YES!!!!

but what i'd like more is:

a real sound card, something like:

Code:
mov ecx,0ffffh ;fills an entire 64kb buffer
mov edi,soundmem ;soundcard memory, like vga
mov esi,sample ;sound buffer, like vga double buffering
rep movsw ;transfert it
mov [soundctrl],1 ;play it!!!
    


maybe one day, i will make a sound card via LPT port, i just hope it is fast enough to do approximative 44100hz 16 bits tranferts (176400Hz 8 bits tranferts), the exact frequency being generated by the sound card itself.

i think it is possible because the theorical max lpt speed is 1MHz (i think, maybe i'm wrong)

i'd like hardware manufacturer stops to design useless or dumb hardware.
because hardware is just a tool, not a goal, we don't need a tool to be so complicated that we should be dev teams in companies with expensive closed source datasheets.
Post 12 Jul 2011, 11:41
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shoorick



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shoorick
covox?

while building an lpt eprom programmer, i have testing lpt speed: P4 3MHz can perform about 150 read-by-read cycles for 1 ms under windows through inpout32.dll (i have been using hardware timer at programmer as windows is not a real time OS to make precise delays)
Post 12 Jul 2011, 15:47
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