Gunner

New York, United States

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Age: 41

x86 Assembly programmer for over 10 years. Love the simplicity.

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comment Does putchar clear the stack?
Just put the values in the correct register, then call the function. You do not have to push the values onto the stack!
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awarded Autobiographer
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comment The vinyl plank click flooring I installed in two rooms develops gaps at the ends between the two rooms. Can I glue the ends together in this area?
How long is the run? The install instructions will tell you the max run before you need to break it up with a transition strip. Never glue these boards.
Dec
29
revised Mystery gas device?
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comment Mystery gas device?
@Ecnerwal the fat pipe is a reservoir. My father-in-law is a plumber and used the same setup (a wider pipe in line with narrower pipe) to get his natural gas grill to work better.
Dec
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comment Vinyl garage floor coating
Probably epoxy and is very durable
Dec
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comment Why would a patio heater slowly die out over time?
Just because it is 58 degrees outside the tank does not mean things won't freeze up. Propane is liquid at -44 degrees. It turns to gas -45 degrees and higher. Regulator could be bad causing the propane to boil at a faster rate than the equipment can handle.
Dec
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comment GNU/x86 equilavent for intel assembly
Your trying to convert from x86 Intel syntax to x86 AT&T syntax.
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
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comment prefetch: EIP [00010000] > CS.limit [0000ffff] during second stage execution
Wow, no comments on the code!
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awarded Caucus
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comment Hello world using nasm in windows assembly
@Boris Personal preference I guess. Found it easier to work with than other linkers on Windows.
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comment What is the proper term for a latch that uses a loop and lever to draw things together?
Cabinet/box spring hasp?
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comment Can TASM code run on NASM and vice versa?
It doesn't matter what assembler you use, old 16 bit DOS programs won't run on 64 bit OS's without an emulator.
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answered Writing to stdout in nasm
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answered How do I read a file with ReadFile onto the stack in NASM x86 assembly?
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