What's cooler than free boobs? 5 free assembly books from AMD.

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    Yea where the hell are the boobs!

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    Originally posted by RoD
    Yea where the hell are the boobs!
    Yeah, Silvercord! Should at least included a link to boobs to
    decide!

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    Another thread going down the pan... please don't make me to edit/close/delete it
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    Awesome!!! I just ordered the Intel printed manuals a few days ago and will definitely order these. Thanks alot.....
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    Were the Intel manuals free too?
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    Originally posted by Yawgmoth
    Were the Intel manuals free too?
    Yup. Totally free.

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    >>Awesome!!! I just ordered the Intel printed manuals a few days ago and will definitely order these. Thanks alot.....

    Got a link?

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    thnx, order these too : )

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    SWEEEEET! both sets of books, what a better reference for asm
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    i don't know ne asm, i jus want em cuz my friends don't have them.

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    Originally posted by RoD
    i don't know ne asm, i jus want em cuz my friends don't have them.
    wow... cool. That'll gain you bragging rights for a whole 2 minutes... and then what... you're wasting materials. Dick.

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    Originally posted by ober5861
    ... you're wasting materials. Dick.
    was that last part really necisarry?
    BOOBIES
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    Originally posted by RoD
    i don't know ne asm, i jus want em cuz my friends don't have them.
    Exactly what I was trying to prevent.

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    yeah intel does the same
    http://developer.intel.com/design/pe...als/index2.htm
    yes the deal's for real I got my assembly books. I don't know a lot about this, but I guess the x86-64 is the 64bit instruction set for amd's processors, so if you've got an x86 processor (which I'm assuming most of us here do) then the instruction sets aren't exactly the same, but the books are free. The amd ones also include 128bit media instruction set.

    free boobs? uhh...

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    use your extensive imaginations

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    I didn't realize govt already posted a link to the intel assembly books

    wow... cool. That'll gain you bragging rights for a whole 2 minutes... and then what... you're wasting materials. Dick.
    Yeah but assembly is just a teenie weenie bit harder than C/C++, so I don't think you'll be able to fake knowing what you're talking about as easily, and just having the books just to have them doesn't make you cool, it makes you a poser...I'm actually trying to learn this stuff. Even though the instruction set from the book is different from my processor (x86, I think) it's still good reading just to get an idea of assembly, and a lot of the conversions are simple naming differences (i.e the differences between register names between 16, 32, and 64bit is a simple prefix change).
    Last edited by Silvercord; 02-12-2003 at 02:44 PM.

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