WEB is a computer programming system created by Donald Knuth as the first implementation of what he called "literate programming".
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I want to be a moderator of the Assembly forum, but as i can see, the forum is abandoned and there are many spams!
Thanks and we will get this community to the top!
Let's clean the spams!
I applied for that same position a few weeks ago already. Maybe everything just gets lost in the spam:). At least we know there are people ready to deal with the problem, so all is not lost yet.
Hi .. Umm I just created the ASM room on IRC .. I have a web site ... I could create a site and hook a Java App to it and so people could just visit the site and be logged into IRC ..those who dont...
You can try these links
They provide Active X as well as HTTP API.
Don't try to link 16-bit stuff to 32-bit, it won't work.
You almost had the FillConsoleOutputAttribute call right, but not quite :)
Also, you need a handle to the console, try this:
I'm trying to create COM object (ASP.NET) - server side that will be in the context of the client's web configuration.
Is it a IIS configuration? Assembly config?
Any help will be...
Whats up with all of these homework requests? I think PH should remove the "free source code" from its advertising...I think that might be part of the problem.
In either case, while PH does...
Sometimes, it depends on the type of Assembler. WinAsm is not bad - it can be used for a few Assemblers. FASMW is used only for FASM. Search the web - you will find a few more, like AsmEdit, RosAsm...
I'm new to this forum and I'd like to know what is the best assembly editor I can use.
Thanks a lot for your help
: yeah, like the topic says, i want to let my tiny self-programmed
: operating system use dualcore-support, but i cant find really
: anything, which could describe me how i acces the second core....
Thanks to everyone one for their replies and comments. I have posted my response to some of them as a comment on my original blog post.
Version 2.3 of the StdLib is now on SourceForge.
- Improvements: Linux support is now more complete.
- Includes: Automated Test...
: I am having problems linking an assembly object with my C object
: files. Am getting:
: Linker Warning: DOSSEG directive ignored in module asm.asm
: Linker Error: Undefined symbol _ASMClsV...
I am having problems linking an assembly object with my C object files. Am getting:
Linker Warning: DOSSEG directive ignored in module asm.asm
Linker Error: Undefined symbol _ASMClsV in module...
Version 2.2 of the StdLib is now on SourceForge.
- Improvements: increases OS independance, performance, and design consistency....