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victor



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OK, about one more month to go!

Here is my second shot: a wallpaper! Razz

EDIT: Quietly updated, added some more names ...


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Post 08 May 2008, 07:19
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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Ouch, that hurts my eyes. Very ... um ... 'busy'. Looks like your computer sneezed.
Post 08 May 2008, 10:18
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i tried to see where my nick in the above wallpaper, (the bigger one) where u put it victor?

overall, i got 6 inside.
btw, nice art Wink victor
Post 08 May 2008, 16:00
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sleepsleep wrote:
i tried to see where my nick in the above wallpaper, (the bigger one) where u put it victor?
At the centre, near the fasm CPU. Your nick is actually quite big. Razz
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lol, didn't see the big one Razz Razz
i should start wearing spectacles....
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victor

Seems that you also should wear better glasses, because you didn't notice new PMs in your account. Laughing
Post 09 May 2008, 07:28
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Still have a couple of days to go! Very Happy

I'm having some precognition that Tomasz Grysztar will, on that day, officially announce that fasm update will be made ONCE A YEAR, and that fasm v2.0 will be available in year 2020! Laughing

Seriously, should we shut down the server on that day? Twisted Evil
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MHajduk wrote:
small piece of code on the front of FASM T-shirt wouldn't be a bad idea. Especially if it's a known gem. I like this, written by Norbert Juffa in 1998


Complete code:

Code:
;
; "DAS" HEX8 test
;

use16
org $100
format binary as "COM"

           call  eol
           mov   al,0
@@:        push  ax
           call  hex8
           pop   ax
           inc   al
           test  al,$0F
           jnz   aa
           push  ax
           call  eol
           pop   ax
aa:        cmp   al,0
           jnz   @b
           call  eol
           mov   ax,$4C00
           int   $21          ; Emergency program exit

sshex: ; Here must be ES=CS , and DI point to target byte to write !!!

             and  al,$0F
             cmp  al,10       ; Decimal "10" !!!
             sbb  al,$69
             das              ; Digital Attack System
             stosb            ; [ES:DI]
             ret

tx0:   db $3E,0,0,$20,$24
tx1:   db $0D,$0A,$24

hex8:        push   ax          ; Input value
             mov    di,tx0+1    ; Evil hack Sad
             shr    al,4
             call   sshex
             pop    ax
             call   sshex
             mov    dx,tx0
             mov    ah,9
             int    $21
             ret

eol:         mov    dx,tx1
             mov    ah,9
             int    $21
             ret
    


Don't ask me how or why it works ... but seems to Confused

edfed wrote:

> erf...
> http://www.perdu.com

COOL Smile

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Bug Nr.: 12345

Title: Hello World program compiles to 100 KB !!!

Status: Closed: NOT a Bug
Post 12 Jun 2008, 22:47
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Happy 5th anniversary. Lets hope that we will still be using fasm 5 years from now. Cool
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asmhack



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rCX wrote:
Happy 5th anniversary. Lets hope that we will still be using fasm 5 years from now. Cool


yep, why not Razz
btw good artwork victor Wink
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rCX wrote:
Lets hope that we will still be using fasm 5 years from now. Cool
Yes, of course. We'll still be using the current version ... as there will be no further updates! Laughing

Happy 5th Anniversary! Razz
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victor wrote:

> Here is my second shot: a wallpaper!

COOL ... just inacceptably bloated Laughing

> still be using the current version ... as there will be no further updates

Sad that Tomasz is dead Sad , but FASM works mostly and is open source Wink


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Title: Hello World program compiles to 100 KB !!!

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Quote:
Sad that Tomasz is dead

physically????? hopefully not
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sleepsleep wrote:
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Sad that Tomasz is dead

physically????? hopefully not
DOS386 likes to make silly statements like that occasionally. Just ignore it, it is not true.
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