Gunner

New York, United States

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Age: 40

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

Apr
21
comment NASM Linux 32-bit: scanf, printf calls
Yes, your passing them as a DWORD to the functions. Your passing the address of the variable, which us DWORD sized. The memory pointed to by the address your passing is only 1 byte.
Apr
19
awarded Caucus
Apr
19
awarded Constituent
Mar
27
revised Could not load file or assembly Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131040
removed Assembly tag
Mar
18
revised Way to create a little gacutil.exe installation?
edited tags
Mar
11
revised Assembly version vs. Win32 resource version
removed Assembly tag
Mar
6
comment house built on a slab and has about 1" gap between the walls causing a draft
A picture is worth a thousand tubes of caulk.
Feb
28
answered Assembly 64-bit NASM
Jan
6
comment How can I prevent objects from falling into the gap behind my freestanding range?
Most range manufactures sell filler strips that fill that space behind the range. Big box home improvement stores might even have them. You could do an internet search for "range rear filler strip" and see what pops up.
Dec
19
revised Issue with System.Spatial assembly
removed Assembly tag
Dec
18
answered Gtk3 css applying class not working?
Dec
16
reviewed Close Symfony: Apache vs built-in PHP server
Dec
16
reviewed Close Why does IE open directory links on Windows but Chrome does not?
Dec
16
reviewed Close undefined index uploading image
Dec
16
reviewed Close Selecting max within partition for pandas dataframe
Dec
16
reviewed Close What effect do quotes have when placed around numbers in SELECT statements?
Dec
16
reviewed Close Strange stacktrace in analytics
Dec
16
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Z-Index does not work on my Magento Theme
Dec
13
answered Read in Integers and display in reverse order
Dec
12
awarded Yearling
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