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I tried learning it. After 3 months, I still couldn't get a Hello World! without segfault...
lotd78763yRespect your elders x)
graviton2013yThat's just how it is.
50 years down the line, devs will be saying the same about cpp/Java devs of today.
It's from these experiences with the existing tech, we come up with other elegant way to represent the logic
Jesus even those before. The cardboard card you need to puncture... Really ??
C will never die😁
Assembly is very architecture specific.
I started using the thumb instruction set. On the cortex m0.
What made this awesome is that I had direct control over every register and peripheral.
Maybe you should give that a try or at least something similar.
It's great fun.
Hey you might even get to pull out your soldering iron☺️.
Crazed21793yPrevious gen devs really put the scientist in computer scientist. Been learning more about programming origins, most of those guys were legitimate scientists and mathematicians.
I love reading through assembly code and seeing what it's doing. Can't write it yet, but am getting better at learning what it's doing
-C and C++ bow to Assembly
-In contact with registers
-Possess memorial-like abilities
-Control the CPU with an iron but fair fist
-Powers transistors & embedded devices globally
-Direct descendants of the ancient Ada Lovelace Bloodline
-Will bankroll the first computers on Mars ( Deep assembly will be be the first computer)
-Own 99% of malware research facilities on Earth
-First designer languages will in all likelihood be Assembly-based languages
-Average Assembly developers said to have 215+ IQ, such intelligence on Earth has only existed deep in Tibetan monasteries & Area 51
-Ancient Indian scriptures tell of a divine language who will descend upon Earth and will bring an era of enlightenment and unprecedented technological progress with it
-It powers Nanobot R&D labs around the world
-You likely have Nanobots programmed with Assembly inside you right now
We stand on the shoulders of the giants that came before us.
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