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    Assembly Language...

    Is there good books for it?? I want to learn them.

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    Assembly Language Primer

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    The Waite Group

    It is the best assembler book I have ever seen in my life. I love it.
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    Peter Norton's book on Assembly, it introduces you in the miraculous world of assembly, while developing step by step a nice hex-editor.

    Just can't remember the title, but he's got style and humour as
    well - ever read a programming book written by Norton? If so, you know what I mean. He's a great programmer and writer, too!

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    >>ever read a programming book written by Norton? If so, you know what I mean. He's a great programmer and writer, too!

    I always heard he was a pretty good programmer. When I first saw his face plastered on the Norton packages I thought he was about as real a Tony the Tiger from Frosties.

    I got a book on Access 2000 by him.....well its actully ghost written.......

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    Yeah Fordy, he must be a good PROGRAMMER. He has style, humour, always up-to-date, and founded a creative software company.

    And, the most important thing about him: HE NEVER WEARS A NECKTIE!

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    >>> as real a Tony the Tiger from Frosties.

    He's not real?
    Wave upon wave of demented avengers march cheerfully out of obscurity unto the dream.

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    >>> as real a Tony the Tiger from Frosties.

    He's not real?

    LOL....I damn well hope not anyway....

    Could you imagine that Tony did exist and was some sort of corporate bigwig as Peter Norton seems to be....He could sit around a big board table with snap crackle & pop......



    <edit> Stupidly quoted wrong reply </edit>
    Last edited by Fordy; 12-20-2001 at 06:08 AM.

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    Fordy, you missed the quote ;)=).
    I guess your answer was targetting Adrianxw, isn't it?

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    < Sigh...whats wrong with me today? >

    Yup Carlos..the dreaded cut and paste has failed me again....

    I will edit it now

    Thanx

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    Fordy, what a luck you aren't handling one of those intercontinental nuclear missiles of yours (red alert in Budapest, Warsaw and Prague ) ;)=)

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    >>> aren't handling one of those intercontinental nuclear missiles

    He's not?

    Sorry, this is getting silly!
    Wave upon wave of demented avengers march cheerfully out of obscurity unto the dream.

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    Silly, alternative, underground -> I love it! ;)=)

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    Originally posted by adrianxw
    >>> aren't handling one of those intercontinental nuclear missiles

    He's not?

    Sorry, this is getting silly!

    :: finger trembles over button to launch missles ::

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    Fordy, if you do that, you lose your origin and the whole classical culture ;)=)

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