Re: K-Man tears apart a 2nd example of the Sociopath's coding "expertise"

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Just so everyone knows. K-mans efforts to optimize my code resulted in the
asic compiler rejecting his code. He didn't understand the language. It's
very specific about some things...

So, kman failed miserably here. the code I posted worked, the code he
"fixed" wouldn't compile due to lots of syntax errors. His optimization
wasn't cool with asic. [g]
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int86 is specific to asic, it's really the asm equ of int. Int13 isn't for
disk services only; it's talking to the BIOS.


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Dustin, course you know you're just getting baited.
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I know... It's but one of many flaws in my internal programming. [g]


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He's LYING AGAIN!

LIAR, LIAR, PANTS ON FIRE!!

See, this is why this shit-for-brains pretender stays out of
programming groups where the true "Big Boys" hang. Every time over the
years that this lying pretender has ventured into a group of real
programmers, he has been handed his ass on the way out. He's a fraud.
That's why he stays in these know-nothing groups filled with laymen
and amateurs who 'think' they know programming. He can lie and lie and
the amateurs really don't know enough to confront this lying shit,
especially when he goes into other Web pages or books, pulling out
coding examples that are beyond the amateurs and know-nothings of
these 'social' type groups, while he flaunts the answers from the Web
site or book page as his own.

Haven't you learned yet - HE LIES ABOUT EVERYTHING!

ALWAYS HAS.

ALWAYS WILL.


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You think so?

You can grab a copy of asic right here:

http://publish.uwo.ca/~jkiernan/asicinfo.htm

Feel free to copy and paste my source code into the ide and compile it.

Now, try copying the corrected! source by kman and compiling it.

One will compile, one will fail with funny as all hell errors because he
doesn't know ASIC syntax and made a poor assumption thinking it's really
like basic. It's close, but not quite. :)
 
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Go ahead and do what I challenged above. ;p

No lying on my part. Kmans "corrected" (read: improved upon my code)
will not compile, it's not asic syntax. Mine was. His efforts to improve
my code, broke it. Asic doesn't like multiple commands on the same line,
and he didn't know that. [g]

My code had each statement broken down in baby steps because thats the
proper asic syntax. Kman made assumptions, and you know what they say
about assumptions. [g] Wasn't poor coding on my part or lack of
understanding how to program, I did; I followed asics syntax. Kman
didn't. My code works, Kmans doesnt compile. [g]

 
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See above. go ahead, I provided you a link to download asic. You and
anyone else can try what I said and see for yourselves.
 


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Re: K-Man tears apart a 2nd example of the Sociopath's coding "expertise"

On Monday, August 13, 2012 8:33:44 PM UTC-4, Dustin wrote:
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No, the poster made a good point about you, Duckfart aka Dustbin.  You can =
cut and paste C# .NET compiled intermediate language code to generate what =
you claim is your own effort.  So how do we know you are not cutting and pa=
sting this code from some HELLO WORLD you wrote in C#?

Faker.

RL

These days, with .NET there is no fundamental difference between BASIC, C#
and J#, et al. Real differences lie only in how the code is required to be
structured by the precompiler. Only a very short copy/paste manoeuvre is
needed to convert .NET-based C# to Visual Basic or Visual Java, and back
again.

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You cannot convert .net code to ASIC and ASIC to .net code.

I didn't code a hello world in C# and then convert that to assembler. If
I had, it wouldn't be specific for NASM. C# doesn't use the NTVDM; so it
wouldn't be cool with my 16bit assembler. I realize the differences
between HLL and asm are like magic to you, but this isn't how you go
about doing it.

I wrote you to simple hello worlds in pure assembler, just as you
requested. You claim to have a book on assembler, yet can't figure out
what ANY of the lines do unless I comment them for you. When I bother to  
do that, you still don't understand it, and try to "correct" me with
what you think is going on.

You claim to program alot in C#, but you didn't get the concept of
pointers in assembler source I posted. You also confused int with
representing an integer and/or variable, and it's not.

You also confused ASCII and HEX because you didn't know hex is a base 16  
number system, so anything 16 and below is the same dec or hex.

 
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No faking here, Ray. Just demonstrating beyond any possible doubt that
you don't program well, and you aren't a coder.

This crap your posting now only adds more credibility to my comments.

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Visual basic,java,whatever, isn't assembler. It's not code optimized. It
generates bloated code, and with .net, requires runtimes. Both program
sources I provided to you require neither.
 



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BIOS chip's contents can be rewritten without removing it from the motherboard,
allowing BIOS software to be upgraded in place.

Is the Basic Input Output System (BIOS) is a 16bit or 8bit?

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Not entirely correct. It depends on the type of chip the BIOS is stored
in. EEPROM is a flashable type of chip that is often used to store the
BIOS and some MBs use one that has a BIOS recovery option which loads a
rudimentary BIOS from an un-flashable portion of the chip. Others have
a jumper you can set to load the full BIOS program from a floppy - set
the jumper, load in the floppy, turn the power on, follow the
instructions.

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Very old ones might be 8 bit.



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Good answer and 100% right...

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that is Right too......

Plus Very new ones can be 64 bit,

(BIOS) Can be 8, 16, 32, and 64 bits,
depending on year of the Computer...

Dustin said: Int13 can talking to the BIOS,
why would it need to for?

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Every OS has to use int13 initially, until it's able to take over.
Without an OS presently loaded, you only have the BIOS to work with and
the expansion cards present on the computer.
 



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Hot-Text pretended :
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Are they still calling it BIOS or is it all EFI now.
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Real mode?



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Yes, but the optiom roms aren't touched when you do this. There seperate
from the main bios code.
 
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BIOS is 16bit, but supports 32bit option roms.


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correction: BIOS varies. could be 8bit (old old), 16bit, 32bit and even
64bit now.


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Good answer

so is all BIOS in int86?
 

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int86 is a specific command to ASIC. It's asics version of assemblers
int. Well, mov mov mov, and int basically. It allows limited access to
the 16bit registers. Many BIOS functions are called via int13, yes.
Video, hd access, can all be done via int13. Infact, if you've checked
out spinrite, or crystal disk info; it'll even show you it's using BIOS
extensions via int13 to represent the large drive you have in your
machine.


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Good Answer,
from off the top of your head Dustin..

so is BIOS acting like the assemblers registers is a OS,
and can I write my on OS 0x04 using assemblers?

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BIOS is the host before an OS is loaded. It tells the computer how to do
things. Where the host OS can be found... etc.

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You can write your own OS or just a loader or whatever else you wanted.
yes.


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could. Oh no there ain't no rest for the wicked, until we close our eyes
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Like this one:::::
< http://www.menuetos.net/

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You can write yourself any os you like... Assembler lets you talk to the
hardware...
 



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