Gunner

New York, United States

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Age: 40

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

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answered MinGW Win32 + nasm: "undefined reference"
Aug
26
revised Iterate trough string in memory in Assembly
added 440 characters in body
Aug
26
answered Iterate trough string in memory in Assembly
Aug
25
answered Segmentation fault in NASM 64bit
Aug
4
revised Parser Error Message: Could not load file or assembly 'Aspose.Email
Removed Assembly tag
Jul
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Swipe to see options in iPad
Jul
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on JavaScript: How do I prevent browsers from blocking the pop-up window that I've created?
Jul
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to remove console in masm assembly?
Jul
15
answered Use of DI register in String operations
Jul
9
comment affect a path of a file name with spaces in it in Assembly language
why use assembly to do the job, let alone 16 bit dos code? use a batch file, or command line, or 32 bit code using the win32 api in any language including assembly.
Jul
7
awarded Enlightened
Jul
7
awarded Nice Answer
Jun
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do I limit a text input form to a certain range of values with JavaScript?
Jun
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Creating Two joins to same table
Jun
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is there a way to know from which location the user has downloaded my Android app?
Jun
16
comment How to find out when did my windows 7 start?
Open a cmd window and type systeminfo and then hit return. Amongst the info returned, it will show the "System Boot Time" as a date and time. From there you can figure out when your system booted.
Jun
13
comment x86 Assembler - Which registers to push?
Although there is an x86 ABI and a 64 bit ABI, (use your favorite search enging) which tells of volatile and non-volatile registers and calling conventions; you are under no obligation to save any registers. Although, f you are going to interact with the OS or another library, then you must abide by the ABI for that OS. You are using Assembly, you have total control!
Jun
11
revised Add Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary.Data reference to a .NET 4 project
Removed [Assembly] tag
Jun
10
answered how Irvine32.lib makes a few unsupported functions available in VC
May
20
answered increase size of stack in nasm OS X intel 64
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