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HaHaAnonymous



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Post 28 Feb 2015, 22:30
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tthsqe



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tthsqe
For me, this is your first stupid post.
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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revolution
HaHaAnonymous: I assume it is in reference to this post?

If no one is allowed to suggest to you improvements then how will you learn?
Post 01 Mar 2015, 01:31
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typedef



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Post 01 Mar 2015, 01:50
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Walter



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Once again we need "Like" button in ref to tthsqe above. Nicely said.

Shake it off HaHaAnonymous and back into the rat race!
Post 01 Mar 2015, 02:40
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CampTheBoss



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to be honest, everything I have heard you say (sometimes references) has been really useful to me, especially with the floating point unit.
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Post 25 Mar 2015, 00:51
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Tyler



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Tyler
Dude, don't be so hard on yourself. It's good to have a realistic view of your abilities, to not be overly narcissistic, and that seems to be what you're trying to do, but you're going *way* too far to the opposite end. Value yourself and your talents. If you don't, who will?

And objectively speaking, the low level understanding you're gaining here, regardless of how inadequate you may think you seem to the crowd here, is absolutely far beyond most programmers. (I say that as an semi-often Stack Overflow peruser and a senior in a CS program. It doesn't get much more in depth that what you can learn by being the newb guy here. I was, and sorta still am that guy, yet compared to others in college I'm the expert. As a side note: Take from that what you will about the state of college education...Razz) You're surrounded by geniuses and assuming that, because they often know more, you must be an idiot. It's the group you're participating in, not you. Sure, maybe your natural talent isn't great enough to be on the level of the great Tomasz Grysztar or revolution, but you have to realize that no matter how good you are, someone else will always be better. (Life's a bitch for competitive perfectionists, isn't it?) Branch out a little and take a look at the type of questions the general population is asking about assembly and you'll realize you are, *at least*, above average: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/assembly
Post 25 Mar 2015, 04:32
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JohnFound



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@HaHaAnonymous - To stay or to leave is up to you, but stop to vandalize old posts! Evil or Very Mad

This is not how Internet forums work! Idea
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MHajduk



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