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rhyno_dagreat



Joined: 31 Jul 2006
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rhyno_dagreat
Hey everyone! Just letting you all know that I haven't died/given up assembly/given up coming here. I've just been very, very busy with work (nightshifts... arg...) and my C++ programming course for college.

Also here wondering how much has changed on the forum since I haven't been here for God-knows-how-long.

Take care everyone!

-Ryan "Rhyno" Lloyd
Post 23 Jul 2007, 17:18
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m



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m
Welcome.
Just keep in touch, it takes 15-mins only.
Post 24 Jul 2007, 05:15
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Borsuc



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Hey, me neither (and as well, that doesn't mean I'm not assembly-ing anymore Wink ). I just have a lot of work and stuff to do these days (not to mention the online problems I got Sad ), including modelling some 3D models.. this damn hobby is stretching the **** out of me Wink
Post 24 Jul 2007, 12:31
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MichaelH



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Also here wondering how much has changed on the forum since I haven't been here for God-knows-how-long.


Vid has "seen the light" and is leading us down the path of C\C++ ....... the trick is not to fight it as quick sand will only pull you further in if you struggle Sad
Post 24 Jul 2007, 22:58
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vid
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MichaelH: why don't you try to learn C too, and then judge based on experience, instead of on unevidenced opinion? I had exactly same ideas like you, until i tried to code something larger and portable in both assembly and C. No sorry, NOTHING is solution for everything, not even assembly. There are problems where assembly is good solution, and there are problems where not. But still ASM knowledge is must-have for C and C++ coders.

Anyway, i am not "leading us down the path". All i say you is to LEARN other things, and then judge yourself what is better for you. Not judge what is better before even knowing other possibilities.
Post 24 Jul 2007, 23:04
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MichaelH



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MichaelH: why don't you try to learn C too, and then judge based on experience, instead of on unevidenced opinion?


I'm just winding you up vid ..... as for learning C/C++, already done that .... twenty years of that madness infact Sad
Post 25 Jul 2007, 01:03
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mattst88



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vid wrote:
But still ASM knowledge is must-have for C and C++ coders.


Hardly.

I think it's a great asset to know assembly for a C programmer, but it's certainly not necessary.

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Post 25 Jul 2007, 01:47
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rhyno_dagreat



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It's amazing how a "I'm back home" thread can turn into a thread of debate in my humble opinion.
Post 25 Jul 2007, 18:05
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kohlrak



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Hence my "How long...?" post... It's purely amazing... I think i should take another vacation, only just from fasm. It seems we do more fighting and arguing here than helping each other. Rather than helping out with developing for and in fasm, we're busy shooting off our mouths. Sometimes i wonder if some of us here don't have much of a political opinion, but sit and argue just for the sake of shooting off their mouths. Any military would love us for it. All they have to do is point us at the enemy and let 'er rip! We'd shoot down everything as much as we gripe and complain.
Post 25 Jul 2007, 21:00
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rhyno_dagreat



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kohlrak wrote:
Hence my "How long...?" post... It's purely amazing... I think i should take another vacation, only just from fasm. It seems we do more fighting and arguing here than helping each other. Rather than helping out with developing for and in fasm, we're busy shooting off our mouths. Sometimes i wonder if some of us here don't have much of a political opinion, but sit and argue just for the sake of shooting off their mouths. Any military would love us for it. All they have to do is point us at the enemy and let 'er rip! We'd shoot down everything as much as we gripe and complain.


Lol, good one Kohlrak. Very clever, I must say. Very Happy
Post 26 Jul 2007, 03:09
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kohlrak



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rhyno_dagreat wrote:
kohlrak wrote:
Hence my "How long...?" post... It's purely amazing... I think i should take another vacation, only just from fasm. It seems we do more fighting and arguing here than helping each other. Rather than helping out with developing for and in fasm, we're busy shooting off our mouths. Sometimes i wonder if some of us here don't have much of a political opinion, but sit and argue just for the sake of shooting off their mouths. Any military would love us for it. All they have to do is point us at the enemy and let 'er rip! We'd shoot down everything as much as we gripe and complain.


Lol, good one Kohlrak. Very clever, I must say. Very Happy


Why thank you dear sir, but what isn't so good is i half beleive it's true.
Post 26 Jul 2007, 04:19
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