KermMartian wrote:
Yes, Hybrid (as per ticalc.org's example) gets grouped under BASIC, while ASM is for pure ASM.
But how can you ever be sure that an assembly program contains no traces of basic? It could use the basic parser, it could call basic functions, and it could even "unzip" a basic program from itself and execute it![/I don't know why I even bothered]
magicdanw wrote:
KermMartian wrote:
Yes, Hybrid (as per ticalc.org's example) gets grouped under BASIC, while ASM is for pure ASM.
But how can you ever be sure that an assembly program contains no traces of basic? It could use the basic parser, it could call basic functions, and it could even "unzip" a basic program from itself and execute it![/I don't know why I even bothered]
lol, I'm not trying to do codical profiling or something. Smile By "Hybrid" I mean a BASIC program that uses XLib, Codex, Resource, etc. By "pure" I mean "the main component is compiled ASM programmed by the end programmer".
KermMartian wrote:
0x5, I'm not trying to do codical profiling or something. Smile By "Hybrid" I mean a BASIC program that uses XLib, Codex, Resource, etc. By "pure" I mean "the main component is compiled ASM programmed by the end programmer".


I thought that silly "0x5" thing was banned here. By you.

magicdanw wrote:
KermMartian wrote:
Yes, Hybrid (as per ticalc.org's example) gets grouped under BASIC, while ASM is for pure ASM.
But how can you ever be sure that an assembly program contains no traces of basic? It could use the basic parser, it could call basic functions, and it could even "unzip" a basic program from itself and execute it![/I don't know why I even bothered]


That used to be the only way to do things like "Input " and "Prompt " (get a BASIC program to do it for you), but now we know better.
brandonw wrote:
I thought that silly "0x5" thing was banned here. By you.
It's not banned - it's mandated! Just try typing lol.
magicdanw wrote:
brandonw wrote:
I thought that silly "0x5" thing was banned here. By you.
It's not banned - it's mandated! Just try typing lol.
One of my classmates and I actually invented that three summers ago - it's lol -> 101 -> 101b -> 0x5 for those unfamiliar.
  
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