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Stripping out print statements etc now? :)

  



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Wrong, wrong, wrong...... as Susan might say!

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Okay. Post source and compiling instructions, Pooh.  


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Dustin....  can't you work it out for yourself? Luzer. LOL!   :)

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I didn't set any rules, you tried trolling me with your first exevalid fix;  
when you removed ABS. a hatchet job? thats a good way to describe what  
you've been doing since I posted my original exevalid source.

You call me a wanker, yet I write superior code to yours. Mine doesn't  
waste the resources yours all do. :)

I posted exevalid with a simple question for you. You couldn't tell me what  
it was doing. Simple. You thought you'd write a "better version" that can  
only process a single file, and didn't do so correctly without my help. You  
removed abs in your first demo because you wrongly assumed it wasn't  
needed. You thought ASIC would handle a number higher than 32767 as an  
integer; other languages will. ASIC won't tho, that's why ABS was  
necessary.

So you fucked off for a bit and tried to claim credit for processing  
unsigned integers as single bytes (the only way you can do this in ASIC  
because of ASICs own limitations), but ASIC is over twenty years old, and  
you aren't the first person to run into the issue. You just learned about  
it. *giggle*

So you stripped my exevalid program into a smaller demo and bragged on it's  
filesize. I played with you for a bit, doing the same thing, knowing at any  
time, I can just optimize my file's internals and gain a hellacious  
advantage on you easily; because as I said all along when I posted  
exevalid, you *aren't* a coder. I *know this* to be true now, as you've  
accused me of "hacking" my demo's header. Any advanced programmer or actual  
coder wouldn't accuse me of doing something I certainly didn't do. It's  
just code optimizations on the post compile end, is all.

I hacked nothing and none of my demos tried to cheat by not closing the  
file handle anymore to save bytes because you wanted to try and get coy  
with the math routines. The math routines are not original to either of us.  
I won't look stupid and try to claim I discovered them, I'll let people who  
know ASICs history laugh at you instead; for such a brazen and bullshit  
claim!

You invented these rules, Pooh; and you implied something was going to be  
in your signature soon if I couldn't produce a smaller file than your 1852  
byte ones. I did, obviously; and didn't give up or sacrifice any important  
functions in the process. Mine still opens the file, reads six bytes,  
closes the file, does the maths. Yours.. not so much on closing the file,  
because you wanted to try and get coy with your math routines; and wasted  
more bytes than you wanted. You also suggested I just keep this demo as a  
.com file; that's stupid. The original exevalid you based your "demos" off  
of doesn't use 64k of ram to work, why should a demo that offers less  
functionality need more? In this case, 57-58k more!

The only wanker here is you. No question about it. Spin that!

  



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Dustin.... the most important thing for computer code is that it works
correctly. Use of resources is only a secondary consideration.

So there's no value in changing the discussion and talking about resources  
when your Exevalid code would fail under certain conditions.

Your spin and propaganda can't hide that.  

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Jax, don't you have a coffee or something to get to a tech? Thanks.

Leave the important stuff for us, ok? You've been lost since the first  
exevalid post.


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Dustin I don't have to understand the program code. I understand how
you're conducting a propaganda campaign by switching the topic under
discussion.  

Let's face it..... you lost the Exevalid discussion because the code was
flawed. Just saying!

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OMG, this is the funniest crap I've read in a while.  Come on jackie,  
you're famous for hijacking threads and changing the topic, its one of  
the troll things you do so often.  ROFL



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*ping*

Still waiting for source code and compiling instructions.

Theories before you share:

1) It's not an exe file, but a renamed .com
2) It's not written in ASIC.
3) It's further crippled. Likely still not closing the file handle.
4) You've reduced print statements or other "not really needed" commands and  
have resorted to using my "hacked header" trick. OR! a com2exe application,  
since we both know you don't have the first clue about a "hacked header".

So let's see this serious filesize reduced demo of yours. It's just over a  
single kilobyte.


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