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sleepsleep



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sleepsleep
you fire up editor,
punching some plastic buttons and assembled a hello world,

seems easy and bug less,

but issues start to prevent you from fingering more,

like a mess and puzzle, complex.


what actually cause simple to become complex?

or is it a natural law that more even if of the same kind will cause complex?

3 sounds simple,
but 3333333333333333333 looks like shit big number.


or the emerged ideas of simplifying and compacting that caused and increase complexity?

maybe things should revert back to 1 and 0, and deal them in block.

x bits command
x bits data

and nothing else.

or 9 bits that represent 4 as 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1
5 - 4
000011111
000001111
---------------
000010000 is 1

000000001 000000000 is 10
111111111 000000000 is 90

if 90 - 54
111111111 000000000
000011111 000001111

000000111 000111111



4 x 3
000001111
000000111

000000001 000000011


5 x 7
000011111
001111111

000000111 000011111

toki pona only learn 1, 2 and more than 2.
Post 21 Jul 2015, 18:10
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MHajduk



Joined: 30 Mar 2006
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MHajduk
sleepsleep wrote:
you fire up editor,
punching some plastic buttons and assembled a hello world,

seems easy and bug less,

but issues start to prevent you from fingering more,

like a mess and puzzle, complex.
Your statement looks a bit bizarre as for the person who is the author of Zibu editor (an application far more complicated than "Hello world"), isn't it? Wink
Post 21 Jul 2015, 19:11
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typedef



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typedef
MHajduk wrote:
sleepsleep wrote:
you fire up editor,
punching some plastic buttons and assembled a hello world,

seems easy and bug less,

but issues start to prevent you from fingering more,

like a mess and puzzle, complex.
Your statement looks a bit bizarre as for the person who is the author of Zibu editor (an application far more complicated than "Hello world"), isn't it? Wink


He's the author of Zibu? I tried downloading it and it didn't compile. There are calls to undefined labels and HLA statements like "return" that make FASM choke.
Post 21 Jul 2015, 20:54
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MHajduk



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MHajduk
typedef wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
sleepsleep wrote:
you fire up editor,
punching some plastic buttons and assembled a hello world,

seems easy and bug less,

but issues start to prevent you from fingering more,

like a mess and puzzle, complex.
Your statement looks a bit bizarre as for the person who is the author of Zibu editor (an application far more complicated than "Hello world"), isn't it? Wink


He's the author of Zibu? I tried downloading it and it didn't compile. There are calls to undefined labels and HLA statements like "return" that make FASM choke.
It had been written for early versions of FASM. There are needed some corrections in source code to make it acceptable for the newest version of the assembler.
Post 21 Jul 2015, 21:20
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Walter



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Walter
This should bring it up to date.

Nice one SleepSleep. Smile


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Filename: zibu_source.asm
Filesize: 48.63 KB
Downloaded: 77 Time(s)

Post 22 Jul 2015, 05:56
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