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This is a discussion on Assembly board within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; Originally Posted by simpleid CT's win! lol, pistols only next round....

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    Quote Originally Posted by simpleid View Post
    CT's win!
    lol, pistols only next round.

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    We don't need an inactive board. That's why assembly board isn't a good idea atm.
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    > I think having an assembly board would be cool in this forum.
    If there was,
    - and you posted your question,
    - and it remained unanswered due to lack of ASM skills here,
    - would you seek out another forum which was dedicated to the topic of interest?

    How far off topic do you want to go?
    - car maintenance
    - dating
    - brush collecting

    Why do you think the C# forum is on life support? Because in the search for a good C# forum, there's probably several hundred higher up the list to choose from which can offer more in depth support across a much wider spectrum of problems.
    Good for the occasional question from the existing membership, but very rarely does it catch someone who found it using google.
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    Salem, I've been having trouble finding a girlfriend and I was wondering if I could have your support to start a forum for it.

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    Maybe you should also have your own domain, forwarding to that board twomers... I was thinking something like: twomers-is-looking-for-a-girlfriend.com and it appears its still available (according to centralops).

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    > Salem, I've been having trouble finding a girlfriend
    Perhaps it's something to do with your sig?
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    Lol, let's make an "Assembly board" appear on the boards list and then it would just forward to that forum! Funny.
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    >> Perhaps it's something to do with your sig?
    I think not. Who said the contents of my sig were my views ... err?

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    Max, why did you vote 'Good' if you think otherwise?
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    A class that doesn't overload all operators just isn't finished yet. -- SmugCeePlusPlusWeenie
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    Does this surprise me? I think not: govtcheez
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    i meant good until i found masm32, now i'm happy. why can't people change their votes? crappy poll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yarin View Post
    Max, why did you vote 'Good' if you think otherwise?
    If the question involves the word assembly then I always vote like that. There were so few votes there anyway.
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    For those that want to discuss assembly, I think the tech board is sufficient. Really. Start a topic there, and if it's NES, SNES, or x86 assembly related, I wouldn't mind jumping in.

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