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Winsock example - II
This one uses threads to handle multiple (10) client requests at a
time!


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Filename: winsock1.asm
Filesize: 2.99 KB
Downloaded: 533 Time(s)


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Post 12 Jul 2007, 12:08
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[m] make the whole website in asm as a CGI :O would be cool and fast :O
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Wow!
Nice idea!
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Menu example!


Description: Menu Example
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Filename: menu.zip
Filesize: 7.82 KB
Downloaded: 425 Time(s)


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Post 13 Jul 2007, 10:49
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good. write more Smile

Can write an example of work with proxy?
(to downolad a file using proxy.)

And example with shell?
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I'll try!


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Your using fasm during work ?
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Sorry it took so long to post more AMD64 examples (on first page). Anyway, I've added sample programs for factorial, next power of two, and the leibniz theory of pi. They all call external C functions for input/output. The leibniz program even uses SSE2/3 Smile

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Post 14 Jul 2007, 01:58
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I love assembly programming!

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Thanks mattst88! Smile
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Check for MMX


Description: Check for MMX
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Filename: mmx.asm
Filesize: 437 Bytes
Downloaded: 365 Time(s)


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Furby wrote:
[m] make the whole website in asm as a CGI :O would be cool and fast :O


I can't see how that would be faster than transmitting plain HTML.

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Now this board is parsing .php files and sending the results.
This needs php processing (which is slow).
A CGI written in asm can be quite fast!
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Black is beautiful.


Description: Black
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Filename: black.asm
Filesize: 1.16 KB
Downloaded: 430 Time(s)


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Hi brother!
You was saying that i should leave assembly and you yourself are admitting that 'you love assembly language'

Tel me Why????????????????????????????????
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That's ok.
You can still program in other languages even if you like assembly.
And for something real, you should not use assembly.
For making toys, assembly is ok.
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m wrote:
That's ok.
You can still program in other languages even if you like assembly.
And for something real, you should not use assembly.
For making toys, assembly is ok.


You can always use both, even at the same time.

But some things can't be done without some assembly by someone (CPUID, determine if you're in V86 mode, switch to long mode, etc).

We're not suggesting you write all assembly by hand, manually modifying the offsets every time something changes (like Woz did for the Apple 2, sheesh). But assembly is indeed useful, not hugely more difficult than any other language, and there is good support for it for most OSes.

Actually, I like the idea of a lot of HLLs (e.g. Forth, XPL0, FreeBASIC), just haven't really gotten fluent in any yet. Wink
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Why not make something "real" in assembly?
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Do you mean sale-able by "real"?
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For making toys, assembly is ok


For many many many many other things too. Eg: bootloaders
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