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Nedzad



Joined: 04 Feb 2008
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Nedzad
Hi everyone,
Im new member of this forum! Im from Bosnia, and i work at one TV satation in Sarajevo (major city) as graphic designer, but i do a lot more work. Ive found flat assembler a year and half ago, and since that time, ive trying to learn programming in asm. Programming is jst my hobby!
Anyway i would like to thanks tomasz g. for this beautiful asm compiler, and to all of you people on this forum for makin' it possible for everyone to learn assembly!
I registered today cause i only wanted to say thank you, keep up good work !

Nedzad

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Post 04 Feb 2008, 09:42
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LocoDelAssembly
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LocoDelAssembly
Wellcome Smile
Post 04 Feb 2008, 15:07
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Remy Vincent



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Nedzad wrote:
possible for everyone to learn assembly!


Theoritically " C " programmers should be bored by assembler: much more difficult & C documentation and comments always arguing that C CODE is a produced by VERY VERY FAST compilers... SO why learn assembler after " C LANGUAGE " ???

I learnt assembler because the BASIC LANGUAGE of my ZX81 computer was too slow & I swear I read all my assembler book... Exactly the same some years later when I was programming with APPLESOFT BASIC and obsiously, again, trying to learn 6502 assembler... When I learnt PASCAL with a 8MHz PC XT, I started to dream that my pascal COMPILER could become as FAST AS NEEDED, so I started to have difficulties learning 8080 assembler... seen as a boring language. Strange isnt'it!!!

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Post 04 Feb 2008, 22:35
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vid
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Welcome.

IMO understanding your machine (eg. assembly) is quite critical to be a good C programmer. And you really understand assembly only by playing with it. So go on, and don't worry, skill you earn will probably be helpful even in "job world".
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asmhack



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asmhack
btw i am too a 'new member' in this forum, although i was visiting this forum for about 3-4 years...


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Post 05 Feb 2008, 01:06
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Picnic



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Welcome guys.

Γειά χαρά asmhack
Post 06 Feb 2008, 17:53
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asmhack



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Γειά σου κ' εσένα.. Wink
Post 06 Feb 2008, 18:43
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Nedzad



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Nedzad
ive been bussy these days. assembly is art indeed!
here in bosnia we love to say "why do it easy way, when there is a hard way Smile" so that is probably why i like asm. i like to complicate things! Smile
sorry for bad english!
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