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fasm9



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from what i have wrote,

Can fasm make DBfs like Yukon?, i think this is GREAT.
this could be one of the extra-mechanism!
i.e., shorten the development time even if he is asm-beginner,
inherit the spirit of asm-guru through DB, the aftermath.

Now, we definitely needs the dynamic linker.


fasm9 wrote:
hi,

Everytime i see the asm code, i always wonder 'how the code works'?
i guess it's mechanism based on the hardware(sure!).

but i want more visible explanation which are not only for the code.
but something extra-mechanism through all the spine of asm. ;)

as a newbie, i seriously doubt that all asm code are immature, break off the code syntax each other.

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so i hope that the evolution happen to fasm.


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Post 10 Sep 2003, 08:49
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fasm9 wrote:
Can fasm make DBfs like Yukon?

Question Uhm, what is DB/DBfs, is it some Database system?

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