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tom tobias



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tom tobias
Heap, that is, here, where the real FASM hangers on, hang out. Well, thought this article might appeal to some of us:
(hope so, I found it fascinating, why did they construct that heap?)
(and HOW did they construct it, five thousand years ago?)
http://www.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/europe/03/10/britain.history.reut/index.html
Smile
Post 10 Mar 2007, 23:54
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tantrikwizard



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Interesting. I'm not sure if this mound has the same purpose, but in Africa it was found some Roman mounts that were used as fire signals. When standing atop the mound, one could just see a fire at the end of the horizon atop another mound, thereby signaling far off communities of potential problems.
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rugxulo



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At first, I thought you were going to compare it to a dung heap. But I guess I was wrong. Laughing

I'm glad we have Heap to talk about non-assembly stuff too! We can't think about assembly 24/7, can we?!
Post 13 Mar 2007, 08:58
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vid
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I'm glad we have Heap to talk about non-assembly stuff too! We can't think about assembly 24/7, can we?!

I wouldn't be so sure... considering how i was implementing heap manager into FASMLIB...
Post 13 Mar 2007, 10:26
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