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Offline Ian Price

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Re: Very Newbie question about INLINE
« Reply #45 on: 2012-Mar-28 »
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My first experience with assembly was with a Meccano set in 1957, although I did eventually become more proficient with Stickle Bricks It’s never really helped with My GLbasic programming skills.  =D

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Re: Very Newbie question about INLINE
« Reply #46 on: 2012-Mar-28 »
I once knew a guy that programmed a "demo" in the Amiga using the Action Replay machine code editor. I was so amazed... (I used AsemPro this days) I asked "what do you do if you want to insert any instruction in your code?" "-oh, easy, just type 'copy mem,size to mem+2'"  :o

Also I did some programs in asm in Amos... first, I do all the program in Amos, printed it on paper and translated all the instructions into ASM...
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Re: Very Newbie question about INLINE
« Reply #47 on: 2012-Mar-29 »
Good old NMIs, used to use them a bit on the C64

To me the terms machine code and assembler are interchangeable, my reason for this is you can take raw hex dumps and convert them back to assembler (ok, minus any labels but it is still readable as assembler). Try doing that with a C or GLBasic compiled code

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Re: Very Newbie question about INLINE
« Reply #48 on: 2012-Mar-29 »
I never found assembly hard but to debug... hehe, that's another story!  ;/
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