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    Anybody Else Like Evanescence?

    I know this is a little off-topic for me, but...

    If you haven't seen Evanescence, and you liked "Bring Me to Life" which was the theme song for the DareDevil movie, then you want to catch them the...
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    Oh, okay. If that's all you want, then all you...

    Oh, okay. If that's all you want, then all you need to do is write a text parser. Input a text file with assembly mnemonics, and opcodes, and do what they say.

    very simple. The parser is the...
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    If I can find a copy of the motorola book for...

    If I can find a copy of the motorola book for you, would you be interested in buying it? The concepts I'm willing to share will apply to any processor, anywhere. This is a _big_ jump in knowledge...
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    Okay, before I take the next step, I need to be...

    Okay, before I take the next step, I need to be clear on this point-

    Are you having actual 68K binary submitted to you for emulation/execution, or are you having human understandable mnemonics...
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    First of all, your 'intset.txt' file is nothing...

    First of all, your 'intset.txt' file is nothing more than that fronticepiece on the instruction, virtually as found in Motorola's manual on this chip.

    It's for humans to understand how the...
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    The 'why' it isn't working can be found using a...

    The 'why' it isn't working can be found using a flowchart and your knowledge of standard 'C'.
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    And just to round out your information (to...

    And just to round out your information (to Roint), typically the reason you don't normally return the address of a local variable is because local variables are generally allocated on the stack,...
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    Wrong. The answer is _not_ another giveaway,...

    Wrong. The answer is _not_ another giveaway, handout, financial band-aid on the part of the US. We've already given away 14 times more money than is necessary to raise the educational and living...
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    What you're trying to do/need to do, is make a...

    What you're trying to do/need to do, is make a business case for it. Your best arguments are going to be

    - diversification of code-base
    - increased performance, reliability
    - more powerful...
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    anytime a mesh is rotated more than once in a...

    anytime a mesh is rotated more than once in a frame, instead merge all the rotations in a matrix and perform a single rotation on the mesh.
  11. Although a flowchart is not critical, I have...

    Although a flowchart is not critical, I have found flowcharting to be extremely useful.

    Mainly, programming comes down to this:

    1) You have the internal ability to break processes down to...
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    Good heavens! All your trying to do is this: ...

    Good heavens! All your trying to do is this:


    Why do you need _so much code_?

    All you need is a little loop and 5 counters. This whole thing can be done (comments and all) under about 25-30...
  13. Thread: bit shifting

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    This, by the very nature of it's redundancy, is a...

    This, by the very nature of it's redundancy, is a performance-intensive application. Therefore, the proper steps must be taken to analyse what you 1) want to get done, and 2) how to best accomplish...
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    Is the NIC card getting hot? Have you updated...

    Is the NIC card getting hot?

    Have you updated the NIC firmware for the card?

    Any cumulative EMI anywhere?
  15. Brian, can I buy you a beer? I _love_ your...

    Brian, can I buy you a beer? I _love_ your 'steal it' flowchart-- that is pretty d@rn accurate, I think.

    To the rest--

    Most of Windows is written using C++ and VB. Most all the drivers are...
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    That is not true. C++, in some performance...

    That is not true. C++, in some performance instances, does in fact tend to be slower due to how it's compiled and how it handles data-- BUT that is _not_ (I repeat NOT) a fault of the language-- it...
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    No matter which implementation you use, you have...

    No matter which implementation you use, you have to understand that an assembler may only deal with variables via registers or register references to RAM.

    Registers are limited in number. The...
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    This isn't very helpful really, but you might try...

    This isn't very helpful really, but you might try querying the CPU's serial number. Some Intel P4's have this.
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    Quzah, thank you, thank you... very funny. ;P

    Quzah, thank you, thank you... very funny. ;P
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    Or, to rewrite Sebastiani's excellent example in...

    Or, to rewrite Sebastiani's excellent example in my preferred method (which is obviously the _right_ way to do it-- grin):



    #define MAXLEN 128

    typedef struct NameStruc
    {
    char ...
  21. Thread: Huffman coding

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    Are your Huffman codes getting too long? How...

    Are your Huffman codes getting too long? How many bits have you allocated for your max code-lengths? If this rolls, which it would tend to do towards the end of the data...

    Hope this helps
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    qsort() is used to sort 'blocks' of data. ...

    qsort() is used to sort 'blocks' of data. Usually, qsort() has a callback routine (your own code) that actually does the compare and returns whether one data 'block' is < or = or > the other data...
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    Actually here's why it's negative.

    The reason your value is negative is because you are trying to stuff a 32-bit value into a 16-bit variable.



    main()
    {
    int n0;
    int *n1 = &n0;

    printf("%d\n", (int)n1);
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    Determining distance with any vision system is...

    Determining distance with any vision system is about a thing called "triangulation'. That's why you have two eyes. It gives you depth perception because distance is calculated based on focus. When...
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    Some clarification: bitmap-- this is black &...

    Some clarification:

    bitmap-- this is black & white. A "bit" only has 2 values. 0 or 1, black or white.

    pixmap-- this is a bitmap, but with "depth". Each pixel can range from 2-bits...
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