144KB email virus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoD
    your an idiot, if you get any more retarded i may actually have to feel sorry for you. go chew on some drywall.
    my what is an idiot?
    i seem to have GCC 3.3.4
    But how do i start it?
    I dont have a menu for it or anything.

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    I think my fellow assembly language programmers on this board would agree with me that 144KB is a lot of code.
    Sure, I've seen whole OS's in much less than that! Remember the eighties?

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    There are a few people on this board who "... have probably written their own OS in 10KB"

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    I've seen assembly and it has to be the most un-readable language there is. I don't know how you guys can learn it and remember what all those 3 letter things do!
    Boy you stink, go take a shower before you continue to code. Better do your laundry and spray your chair too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VOX
    I've seen assembly and it has to be the most un-readable language there is. I don't know how you guys can learn it and remember what all those 3 letter things do!
    I believe you've answered your own question...JNZ = jump not zero, NOP = no operation (or something like that), shl = shift left, etc...

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    There are a few people on this board who "... have probably written their own OS in 10KB"
    If it wasn't for stupid network drivers, I would've...

    I've seen assembly and it has to be the most un-readable language there is. I don't know how you guys can learn it and remember what all those 3 letter things do!
    Not quite. Assembly was actually created for the express purpose of being easy to read. That was of course, back when the only alternative was pure machine code written in binary

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    Since we are on the subject of assembly:

    AT&T Syntax > Intel Syntax

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    System 370 > AT&T

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    Never!

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    Intel > AT&T in all cases.

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    Keep telling yourself that Bubba. What has intel produce vs what has AT&T produce in the case of programming languages?

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    Oh god ! intel fanatics

    give me a 68000 any day !

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    The topic went that-away ->>>>>>>>>>>

    Or for those in England, a seasonal reference
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    "It's behind you!"</panto>

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