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Leona_K
hey there
dbtid
hello
MrAshe2
Hm, X didn't ask me anything
static3d_
hey!! X is gone. if you need my email or something to get it back lemme know
dbtid
i think ewick took care of it
X left last night
08:27:39 <@dbtid> 22:28:02 -!- X [cservice@undernet.org] has left #asm []
Int3
lo
dbtid
hi
Int3
lo dbtid
tx
dbtid
nod
         

t102
hi
dbtid
hi
t102
anyone there knows how to calculate the crc32 of a pe exe
i mean should i crc all the sections or not, and aligned in memory or..
dbtid
nothing like patience
jik
can you atcually get to do 256 colors in dos under borland c
Ashe`
Sure, why not
jik
how though
Ashe`
Hm, how come I'm op
Dunno, mode 13h?
jik
i know that mode
rather i did a bitmap viewer in tht mode :P
but that was in asm
don't want asm here:P
Ashe`
Then what are you doing here
jik
dos
its for the students
Ashe`
Yeah, and it's C
jik
im thinking if i have visual c++ on my computer I could just make dos 16-bit applications
but i can't get into graphical mode
vc doesnt have no graphic libs
Ashe`
VC++ doesn't support 16-bit
Unless you mean a version from the past millenium
If you want something easy, there's Allegro
And you still aren't in #c
jik
visual c++ does support 16-bit dos applications
Ashe`
Which version?
jik
vc++ version 6 does
Ashe`
Nope
jik
ok weird a friend of mine built loads of 16-bit dos applications with visual c++6
Ashe`
Guess he lied to you
         

jik
you were right
Ashe`
Visual C++ 2.0, which includes MFC 3.0, was the first version to be 32-bit only, although Visual C++ 1.51 (an update to Visual C++ 1.5) was released at the same time as Visual C++ 2.0. Updates to this version included Visual C++ 2.1, released at the same time as Visual C++ 1.52, which is another update to Visual C++ 1.5, and 2.2.
jik
the last version of C++ to support 16bit DOS on 16 bit processors was VC++ 1.52
thanks :)
my friend just wont give up, he keeps tryng to convince me vc++ 6 does have the 16-bit libraries
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