Haven't faced any examples on subj (diagram of a function), so want to know how it can be done, preferrably all ways of doing it.
Posted on 2002-11-18 10:14:44 by longer
Is "Diagram" some kind of compter science term? I've never headr of it.
Do you mean a flow chart?
pardon my ignorance...:confused:
Posted on 2002-11-18 12:16:02 by MArtial_Code
Hm, I thought "diagram" is an international term. That's because of my bad english (not very bad, of course :) ). The dictionary says there are several english equivalents to the word: diagram, graph, chart. I mean a thing which has X axis and Y one and shows how does Y depend on X.
Posted on 2002-11-18 12:51:38 by longer
Graph is a better word to use for this. Graphs of functions can be drawn by testing some points and drawing lines from one point to the next. I have seen a couple of web sites with ASM examples.

http://www.rbthomas.freeserve.co.uk/
http://zp.amsnet.pl/cdragan/assembly.html
Posted on 2002-11-18 13:09:58 by bitRAKE
Very useful links,
thanks for them ,bitRAKE! :alright:
(and also for being my english tutor :) )
Posted on 2002-11-18 23:54:08 by longer
forgive my ignorance but when you say you make a graph of a function, what exactly are you comparing it with. Meaning what do u put on the x and y axis?
Posted on 2002-11-19 00:11:28 by clippy
y = f(x)

Sample values are put into (x) at invervals (ex. 0, 1, 2, 3, ... or 0, 0.5, 1, 1.5, ...) and the resulting (y) value is obtained. Usually the (x) and (y) values must be transformed into screen coordinates to be plotted on the display - this depends on the API and functions being used.

Please, see Ron Thomas' web site as well.
Posted on 2002-11-28 10:55:06 by bitRAKE