I've seen some sourcecode that had 'smilietroubles' lately so: if you wish to avoid :DWORD and :PTR then you have to enclose them with
tags this way you'll get
:DWORD :PTR
and the formatting of your code stays as in your source file
Posted on 2001-06-26 10:07:00 by Hiroshimator
cool! i didn't know that. let me try. :Dword :confused: what? wait, let me try again. :Dword :mad: why isn't it working? oh... now
:dword
:D This message was edited by disease_2000, on 6/26/2001 10:21:21 AM
Posted on 2001-06-26 10:20:00 by disease_2000
...and if you want to tell someone about code tags use this text:
[
/code]
[
[
/code]
/code]
[
/code]
...and you'll get:
[
/code]
...what a waste of time. :P
[
/code]
[
/code]
is so much easier. ;)
Posted on 2001-06-26 10:36:00 by bitRAKE
OK, got that in my mind.
Posted on 2001-06-26 13:19:00 by JCL
Someone made a suggestion a last week: Use the Lavender Green buttons below The submit button. I do have one question. How is the poll used?
Posted on 2001-06-26 22:20:00 by eet_1024
I prefer not the term Newbie. Implies a child-like inteligence. If someone (a child or not) is attempting assembler, they shouldn't be refered to by with a word containing baby.
Posted on 2001-06-26 22:24:00 by eet_1024
It has become a common term. I'm sure that nothing derrogatory is meant - at least I don't see it that way. Everyone here is a newbie at many things. I've been called quite a few things over the years, but you get used to it. What I hate is a boss who refers to everybody as 'Buddy' when he is the shallowest most selfish person you've ever met, but I'm not talking about anybody, specifically. (If your reading this ;))
Posted on 2001-06-26 22:37:00 by bitRAKE
eep, I would not worry too much about the term "newbie", this is a beginner friendly forum and the term means no more than someone who is starting out in assembler. We have all been there at some stage so there is no elitist nonsense here, just the willingness to help people who are starting in the area. I actually like the title "CodeWarrior" as it is very appropriate for programmers out there doing battle with the irritations of Windows programming, Hiroshimator is our local hatchet-man and there are a few of us who have been around long enough to help. I actually want the title "cranky old b****ard" because at 1.9 metres and being pretty straight up and down, I don't have the figure for a guru. Regards, hutch@pbq.com.au
Posted on 2001-06-27 01:52:00 by hutch--
I had no offense from word, but I was noting were society came up with the word. I do like code warrior. I used to have a boss that called everyone guy. This is a great forum, connecting programmers from around the world (and possibly other worlds).
Posted on 2001-06-27 02:21:00 by eet_1024
it's not my fault that you guy are fighting over what newbie means. people misunderstood me by taking what i said too seriouly.
Posted on 2001-06-27 05:37:00 by disease_2000
*sigh* everyone that has (just) joined the forums and is not very comfortable with it's functioning yet, gather. There :P This message was edited by Hiroshimator, on 6/27/2001 7:36:47 AM
Posted on 2001-06-27 07:35:00 by Hiroshimator
Hiro, where is THERE?? you mean HERE, not there.
Posted on 2001-06-27 08:08:00 by disease_2000
Yes, codewarrior is good, though I'm not up to it yet, still a newbie in ASM.
Posted on 2001-06-27 11:21:00 by JCL
I actually want the title "cranky old b****ard" because at 1.9 metres and being pretty straight up and down, I don't have the figure for a guru.
what's 1.9 meters in real money? 6'2" ? Maybe you should be lanky old b****ard instead :) I didn't think gurus had a figure... maybe we could call you the "Code Tzar" instead :P umbongo This message was edited by umbongo, on 6/27/2001 11:34:19 AM
Posted on 2001-06-27 11:32:00 by umbongo