View Poll Results: Should there be an assembly forum?

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This is a discussion on Assembly forum within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; To all guys who wanna have an asm-forum at C programming.com: why donīt you build your own asm-forum (asmprogramming.com) and ...

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    To all guys who wanna have an asm-forum at Cprogramming.com:
    why donīt you build your own asm-forum (asmprogramming.com) and let cprogramming.com be cprogramming.com.

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    As you can see from the poll, the majority wants an ASM board. So shut up you whiners.

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    I hate to say it, but I think the majority that says no hasn't voted yet. I can't speak for someone else, but I have a feeling that someone like Salem will vote no. Because this question has come up before and if I remember correctly his anwser was no back then( could be wrong). I think he will not participate here because it has been done before, and saying 'no' every time this sort question pops up gets boring.

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    C Programming is about programming in C and some of it's variants. ASM is no variant of C, so it shouldn't be added to C Programming.

    I know that some programmers, especially those who do low level programming, are interested in assembly. But programmers who are involved in financial applications or applications in other fields, make use of other languages. Perhaps Ada, Perl, Haskell etc. So if ASM would be allowed to the board since the low level programmers use it a lot, the others have right to say for example: we want a Perl board since it's used a lot in server programming. And others would say: we want a Java board since in a lot of systems the higher level functions are implemented in Java.

    To avoid those situations we should restrict to C and it's variants and be a board for C programming.

    By the way, there are ASM forums, for example take a look at:

    http://www.iainpb.co.uk/forums/upload/index.php

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    I think we should remove the game board then, because it is called CProgramming.com and not GameAndCProgramming.com
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    The games are in c/c++.

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    Originally posted by maes
    I hate to say it, but I think the majority that says no hasn't voted yet.
    Yup...I dont vote in pointless "lets have am ASM board" polls any more.......

    That also goes for "Lets have a Java Board", "Lets have a chat room" and other such polls that repeatedly crop up.......

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    > That also goes for "Lets have a Java Board", "Lets have a chat room" and other such polls that repeatedly crop up.......

    Also, Let's have an IM feature, is there a God?, C or C++?, is MS evil?, etc..., etc....

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    there should be one... The people in this board are so ignorant( Even i am) .. May be an ASM board would improve it..

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    Originally posted by vasanth
    there should be one... The people in this board are so ignorant( Even i am) .. May be an ASM board would improve it..
    Ignorant!??!

    I dont think a working knowledge of ASM would normally raise a person from the mental level of a caveman...but hell.....why not?

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    There are some people here that realy know their stuff.
    Like Salem, Quzah, Adrianxw, Nvoigt, Stoned Coder, Fordy, Sorensen ... and this list goes on and on(Do not be offended if I didn't mention you). Others are here to learn C
    I think it is a very big mistake to say that the people here are ignorant

    Attitude is everything............
    Got that right. Maybe you should take a closer look at your own sig
    Last edited by maes; 03-03-2002 at 07:50 AM.

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