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TCA
You named your kid after 3d rendering software?
How geekish
Asmodee`
i named my daughter "Maya"
i wanted to name her grep but my gf wouldnt allow it
recursive
hey.
where can i learn more about asm ?? what is the preferred assembler there is and site for it
im trying to code win32
tiocsti
?? aoa
wisebot
tiocsti: aoa -> Art of Assembly: http://webster.cs.ucr.edu
tiocsti: AOA -> Abort Once Around [NASA, Shuttle]
EvileCatta
hey TCA
say hi to cc
BoR0
hi cc
EvileCatta
Hi.. Whoever you are :p
melvinn
anyone here familiar with 8051/8052
         

TCA
Didn't they discontinue those in the 70s?
http://eserver.bell.ac.uk/mirrors/i8051/part2.htm
melvinn
i dont get the difference between signed and unsigned arithmatic, how can you specify to do a particular one
?
TCA
You don't.
You don't need to know if the value is signed or unsigned until you actually compare it with something
For a byte sized register, -1 and 255 both look the same.
melvinn
but adding 1111 with 1111 is different depending on whether its signed or unsigned isn't it ?
TCA
Is not
melvinn
ahh, so signed arithmatic is done the exact same as unsigned, it's just how you interpret the answer ?
TCA
Yup
And that has to do with various flags that are set upon comparasions
And which jump you decide to use
melvinn
quick question, how do you access the OV flag from the link above, looking in my textbook, it doesnt appear to be in the bit addressable space
TCA
Generally jumps will allow you to do that
jump if overflow, for example
??jo
?? jo
wisebot
TCA: JO -> Jump if Overflow (signed) OF=1
melvinn
can you do a mov C, OV or something like that ?
TCA
no
For the x86, you can move the flags to a register and examine it that way if you so choose
But generally branching on a specific bit is the easiest way
l0cke
daredevil_
moin
anny german here?
static3d_
NEIN!
daredevil_
:>
really? ;)
i have a test in computer systems in 2 hours and need some help with a little assembler program
_exe
Wow.
l0cke
?
_exe
Bad Religion ^.^
l0cke
ah
         

Ingersol
hi
skyhigh
TCA :)
TCA
Hey silje.
skyhigh
bye
haha
fell asleep
zzz
hellsphreak
TCA, I installed MSN just for you. Kiss my butt :)
TCA
(Action) kisses hellsphreak's butt
hellsphreak
hah
you can find me there under hellsphreak@hotmail.com. I'd add you but I didn't know yours.
TCA
I assume catta explained that I'm highly anti-social?
hellsphreak
I assume Tacky explained that I'm also highly anti-social?
TCA
No. She said that you were sweet and kind and lovable...
hellsphreak
OMG you lie!
TCA
I have logs somewhere
hellsphreak
she's a liar then.
MrOlsen
TCA?!
TCA
What?
MrOlsen
HI!
sup dude?
TCA
Yes, I saw pictures of your ublet
MrOlsen
thanks :)
/query
oops
TCA
Chris.. by now you should have learned.. no more smalltalk.
You want something.. say so
MrOlsen
why no small talk
TCA
It feels... disingenuous
tiocsti
smalltalk involves too many pointless messages
hmm that didnt work out, i was going for an oo joke
TCA
I understood it
dbtid
i got it, too
tiocsti
this charlie root bastard better quit spammin me every damn day
dbtid
who's thate?
from the daily reports? :)
tiocsti
yeah
_exe
What does "better off dead" mean?
I understand the words, but I can figure out the meaning of the phrase.
dbtid
um
in reference to a "better off dead" list, it means that the people on the the list would make the world (or one's life) better if that person was dead.
i have a long "better off dead" list
_exe
Haha
Thank you dbtid.
dbtid
you're welcome
Int3
hey
Utterkins
someone can say they would be better off dead also
Int3
(Action) is Dead, but can Speak
dbtid
Utterkins: yes, it's used in the reflexive sense, too.
Int3: did someone summon you from beyond the grace?
*grave
Int3
dbtid : Yep, few Spirits are doing that work.
Utterkins
i am a priest.. i can ressurect
Int3
(Action) kills Utterkins
enloco
:)
Int3
yawns
allfro
hi everybody. i have a funky problem. a sample piece of code is posted on http://rafb.net/paste/results/hFtTnf74.html
the problem exists when copying the buffer onto the struct. instead of flag being set to 1 it's always set to 0.
if you reverse the order of the buffer you will get the expected result
if anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated
BoR0
tca?
TCA
BoR0?
dbtid
TCA?
Int3
?
dbtid
later
TCA
dbtid?
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