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Re: [vox] [OT] Learning to program
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Re: [vox] [OT] Learning to program

hi matt,

if you ever want to learn the essence of assembly without the pain of
assembly, look into "corewars".  it's a very cool game.  probably has as
many websites devoted to it as nethack.

i installed it from source, but i'd be willing to bet dollars for
doughnuts that it's available as a debian package.


begin Matthew Johnson <matthew@psychohorse.com> 
> > i agree that assembly is a remarkable language to learn, because it
> > really gives you glimpse of how a program interacts with the hardware,
> > but i think it's definite overkill for matt.  at least at this point.
> >
> > pete
> Thanks for the insights...Never did hack using assembly, but did some hex 
> editing of Xcom games to get better weapons, those pesky aliens were in for a 
> shock, at least in the earlier stages.
> Plenty of top insights from many people, thanks for all of those!
> Matt

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