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Posted on 2001-11-18 23:52:08 by jude1064
Two points:

1)I think if you clarify your problem more someone *may* solve it...
2)I think if you used a "please" I would solve it (with req. number 1 met)

I don't do other peoples homework... unless I'm asked nicely

-=Sliver=-
Posted on 2001-11-19 00:50:02 by Sliver
Jude1064,

What you pose as a question can hardly be considered a question about assembler. This forum is for assembler language programmers and should not be used for completely unrelated purposes.

Regards,

hutch@movsd.com
Posted on 2001-11-19 01:10:59 by hutch--
Looks algorithm related, jude1064. I love a good puzzle, but I'm kind of stumped - can I have a *hint* :) Looks like linear cellular automata?
Posted on 2001-11-19 01:41:00 by bitRAKE
Maybe it's linear cellular automata or maybe it's just 3 triangles that have period of
111
232
353
474
595

We may never know for sure (unless jude says something?)...
And I was just about to get up and goto sleep before this came up :) Thanks BitRACK

Evolution from a joined (gap 0) pair. Period 14
Posted on 2001-11-19 01:58:20 by Sliver
Before jude1064 edited his post above, they wanted the solution in bx. So, I'm assuming they woulds like the logic that generates this binary output?...
Posted on 2001-11-19 02:42:54 by bitRAKE