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Tommy



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Tommy
Hi Privalov!

Will JohnFound's script-directive be a standard in the next version of FASM? I would like that!
Regards,
Tommy
Post 04 Jul 2003, 08:59
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pelaillo
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Maybe after some contributors make it portable. JohnFound's script is done for windows version, but for DOS, Linux and MenuetOS there is still some work to do.

I have the Linux script port in my todo list, but please be patient, I am too late with that list. (I got a girlfriend now and I am having hard time trying to interest her in assembly too Rolling Eyes )
Post 04 Jul 2003, 09:38
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Tommy



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Good luck! Wink
Post 04 Jul 2003, 09:40
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scientica
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pelaillo wrote:
(I got a girlfriend now and I am having hard time trying to interest her in assembly too Rolling Eyes )

I hope you'll be able to make her see the fun with asm programming, there are too few women doing asm , afaik (unless they impersonate men).

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Post 04 Jul 2003, 10:43
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Pelaillo,

Good luck my friend. Smile

...and you should not forget:girls and computers have a common
side,they never forget a man's mistakes. Smile You know,this is
the philosophy.

Friendly,

Vortex

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Vortex wrote:
girls and computers have a common
side,they never forget a man's mistakes. Smile

Some ppl (who don't code in asm/hex) say women and compuiter have another thing in common: they both speak a non-understandable language.
We who know a lot of computer says, "women and windows error messages are sometimes equally hard to understand" Wink

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