Wondering about 64-bit arch....
remy.bosch at hccnet.nl
Wed Feb 19 08:55:43 PST 2003
On Wed, 19 Feb 2003 15:07:11 +0000 Mister Ian just wrote the following:
> the problems arise when you write LOW level code.
> > /me GREAT respect for intel-gcc developers :-)
There's the reason ;-)
The code needs to get compiled where you get to the "ugly stuff".
Tell me, why are the asm coders complaining then? They more or less hate
the architechture, yet it's their living.
> > In little endian:
> > 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ....
> > It's simplified, but real...
> No, its oversimplified and artificial.
Uhmmmm... Ah! hexdump...
In which case the result from a hexdump of my name:
echo remy | hexdump
6572 796d 000a
Let's do byteswap fur fun ;-)
7265 6d79 0a00
r= ascii 114 => binary 0111 0010 => hex 72
e= ascii 101 => binary 0110 0101 => hex 65
Ok, byteswap... still not logical (not before swapping again)
Aint this f*cked? Needing to swap before actual decoding?
Still retarted IMHO...
Can't stand having words putting in this way...
You know a arch without this?
I'll emmigrate ;-)
Open(source) your mind, and see real freedom!
Close(dsource) your mind and be in a prison.
Just my €0.02
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