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Just why not every body stays logged in to this thread?
I see people coming in and out very frequently!
Why you login first of all and then why you need to logout at all?
If you try to stay longer there will be more registered users online Rolling Eyes

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Post 27 Dec 2007, 11:23
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I think the forum software will remove people from the list after a few minutes of no activity. I don't think they logout.
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revolution wrote:
... after a few minutes of no activity. ...

Does that mean that they leave their PCs and go away or they just don't post anything mean while and just view topics and search the forum!
The latter does not mean: *no activity*
I remember having seen this option of allowing the users to stay login for specified time or forever ... on some forums (I think also on MASM32).

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I would expect any access to the forum, no matter in what form, will restart the activity timer. Maybe they are spending a long time on some pages and the activity list then drops them off until they view the next page. Could be also that they have real lives that sometimes interferes with the surfing Shocked
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vid wrote:
Again, dividing by values greater than 32 bits cannot be done "easy way".

No problemmo!
So me the hard way Wink

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Post 31 Dec 2007, 09:49
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My personal favourite for multiple precision division is Barrett's Algorithm. Check out my website to get the heads up on it.
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