Where can i find a Hex Tutor. All i know is Add and Subtract from grammer school. If I can see a list of hexs i will catch on fairly quick.

Posted on 2003-07-09 08:22:26 by cmax
try:

If you are unsure what 'hexidecimal' is:
http://www.the-eggman.com/seminars/about_hex.html

and a google search for hexadecimal:

http://www.google.com/search?num=100&hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&safe=off&q=hexadecimal&spell=1

se my other post in your original thread.

RobotBob
Posted on 2003-07-09 08:31:03 by RobotBob
Never Knew. When i saw Power to whatever i truned the page.

Got it Now and ready for some better programming skills

Thanks for throwing down for me like you and many other great here guy do. I would have never gotten anywhere by myself. And that is a fact... THREE years turn into 6 than i gave up... What a book
Posted on 2003-07-09 08:59:17 by cmax
If you have any other questions, don't hesistate to ask. With all the people
here to help, you'll never have to pull a single hair lol.

RobotBob
Posted on 2003-07-09 12:50:27 by RobotBob
Posted on 2003-07-09 13:16:29 by Brad
Brad,

I choise the goat. The cabbage might get spoil before i get home.

But if the goat die i can have a T-Lamb steak and bury the rest to preserve it for a while and camp out.

So the wolf don't get none.

Anyway that was fun, but very serious. I hope i made the right choise.
Posted on 2003-07-11 00:27:34 by cmax

Brad,

I choise the goat. The cabbage might get spoil before i get home.

But if the goat die i can have a T-Lamb steak and bury the rest to preserve it for a while and camp out.

So the wolf don't get none.

Anyway that was fun, but very serious. I hope i made the right choise.

WTF???
Posted on 2003-07-11 00:32:39 by donkey
hehe, cmax want's the opcode list in hex... I guess?

or called: "hex opcode list" ?...
but, it's all hardware specific isn't it ?, every type computer different?
Posted on 2003-07-11 00:47:30 by Brad