Re: Would everyone please be quiet. Dusty is trying to think very hard

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Hi Pooh. Don't you worry, I saw your post at a friends house. I know I broke  
the speed limit getting back here so I could share what I did while I was  
visiting him. 1920 bytes. [g]
  
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LOL. I can't wait to see what you pull out of your arse next.
  



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Dustin you have had over 14 YEARS experience of ASIC but Pooh Cat has only
has had closer to 14 DAYS.  

Your code should be 365 times better than Pooh Cat's...... but it isn't
as good as his!

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On 5/11/2014 9:58 AM, Jax wrote:
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How do you know?


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Because there's 365 days in a year, Linda. Think about it!

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On 5/11/2014 2:11 PM, Jax wrote:
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You are such an idiot jackie.  If you don't understand what's being  
discussed, how can you determine that one thing is better than the  
other?  Get it yet?


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isn't as good as his? Umm, stupid. One is an improved version of his latest  
submission and the other is my way of doing it, like I told him, also using  
bload command instead of dos interrupt calls (because that takes more bytes  
to setup the call). [g]

Their both 1920 bytes in length when compiled. Oh, they're faster than his  
too btw, bload/bsave and dos interrupt file io always outruns ASICs. [g]




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LOL. Right. I've posted two ways of doing it now, in 1920 bytes Pooh. Wheres  
yours? [g] I even saved you some bytes with your latest demo. HAHAHAHA.
  
Doesn't take a rocket scientist to see you wrote one at 1936 bytes, I fixed  
it and brought it down to 1920 bytes and wrote ANOTHER ONE DOING IT ANOTHER  
WAY just as accurate as yours, also at 1920 bytes.

Your turn. [g]



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127.0.0.1:

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Uhh, pooh is learning about varptr today. He didn't pass the pointer, but  
instead told ASIC to bload the six bytes into the default data segment. ASIC  
has no idea he did that. His six bytes are subject to be overwritten with  
anything at any time. Luckily, his program isn't doing much with the data  
segment, but he did notice it's unreliable... lol.

Anyways, I posted two myself. 1888 bytes, 1872 bytes respectively.





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Dustin..... surely one unspoken rule is that the code has to be stable and
work on all standard hardware. I'm sorry to say it but your latest attempt
is an epic fail. Tant pis.

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How so? I tested both on two machines here. Results always as expected.
The code isn't unstable in the way I used it. I can't tell you how Pooh
used it, I haven't seen all of his work/demo sources. Only what he posts.  

  



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