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Icon   GunnerInc Please don't bother PM'ing me for help!! Post your questions in the correct forum for all to benifit from!!!

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  1. In Topic: avengers 2

    Posted 4 Sep 2014

    tell ya what I'm gonna do... I will close this and the other avengers thread. if you are going to open a topic for discussion, add your thoughts and not just ask questions. also there is no need to open duplicate topics.

  2. In Topic: Receive string plus image from serialport using c#

    Posted 3 Sep 2014

    Please don't open duplicate topics.

    *** Closing ***
  3. In Topic: x86 Assembly

    Posted 7 Aug 2014

    You could of easily found the answer out yourself. Move a number into eax, neg eax, then print out the result, now neg eax again and print the result.
  4. In Topic: [GTK#] How manage sizes of widgets?

    Posted 4 Aug 2014


    I create new dialog window. I add container Fixes and change Fixed properties : - AutoSize, +Expand, +Fill to enable other widgets. I add Text View, Textview is inside GtkScrolledWindow which has property X and Y but not Height and Width. If GtkScrolledWindow has scrollbars, its size is fixed, if not - size depends on the content Textview and grows when I type text. I want not to grow control if I type Text but want my own size. It is possible?

    You do realize, that a fixed container is just that - fixed! Its size does not change, its child widgets sizes do not change. Maybe I am not able to understand what exactly you are trying to do, but the GTKTextView does not change size when you type into it; it has no scrollbars which is why you need to put it into a GtkScrolledWindow which besides having an X and Y property, it does have a Width and Height property (At least in GTK+ it does) and since GTK# is a wrapper around GTK+, it should have it too. Whatever size you make your ScrolledWindow, is the size that the TextView takes.
  5. In Topic: Converting GAS to NASM

    Posted 23 Jul 2014

    It is not called GAS syntax, it is called AT&T syntax.

    You do not know NASM syntax, you know INTEL syntax.

    If you know INTEL syntax, that code you posted is fairly straight forward to convert by hand; but, now that you know the names of the different x86 Assembly syntaxes, you can now use your Google Foo to search for "AT&T to INTEL syntax converter" and try what you find. I don't do AT&T so I cannot vouch for any tools you find.

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    BenignDesign Icon

    06 May 2013 - 06:44
    How goes things, sunshine?
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    BenignDesign Icon

    02 Nov 2012 - 20:34
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    codeprada Icon

    25 Jun 2012 - 07:11
    Congratz on Mod status. Seems like I'm really late to this party. Better late than never right. =D
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    GunnerInc Icon

    26 May 2012 - 18:21
    Thanks No2, it was totally unexpected! Honored really!
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    no2pencil Icon

    26 May 2012 - 18:12
    Welcome to the team!
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    DimitriV Icon

    20 Nov 2011 - 19:22
    Good on you man, you are a DIC ++. That's skilled.
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    ishkabible Icon

    17 Oct 2011 - 13:33
    congratz!! if you get 15 rep this month(only 5 away!!) you can also get the assembly award!
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    Gungnir Icon

    17 Oct 2011 - 06:42
    Congratulations on becoming an expert!!
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    ishkabible Icon

    12 Oct 2011 - 18:36
    hey, i was about tell you how good a job you were doing then i saw i already had :P
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    GunnerInc Icon

    08 Oct 2011 - 08:04
    HeHe, thanks!
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    ishkabible Icon

    07 Oct 2011 - 21:05
    keep up the awesome work in the assembly forums! you're really doing an awesome job!
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