Article:
  What I Hate About Your Programming Language
Subject:   but i love and hate assembler.
Date:   2003-05-14 07:29:48
From:   anonymous2
i don't need compiler, they are all gcc family with complexity. no matter what language name it, after all, it's son of C.


why don't you make it easy?

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  • but i love and hate assembler.
    2003-05-14 16:22:56  anonymous2 [View]

    You may not need a compiler, but you do need a grammar checker.
    • but i love and hate assembler.
      2003-12-31 19:25:33  anonymous2 [View]

      Asm rulez! No compiler can improve the code like the human mind (if you know how to do it).
      With asm you can control everything inside the code without "compiler defaults" junk!!!
      Compilers are based on defaults that can generate small/inneficient pieces of codes to especific situations.
      I write all my DOS/Win32/UNIX codes 100% on asm and, at least for me, my code is so clear as any other junk languages.
      Asm only requires to know what you're doing with it, something that most "Hello World" programmers don't know.
    • but i love and hate assembler.
      2003-12-31 19:25:49  anonymous2 [View]

      Asm rulez! No compiler can improve the code like the human mind (if you know how to do it).
      With asm you can control everything inside the code without "compiler defaults" junk!!!
      Compilers are based on defaults that can generate small/inneficient pieces of codes to especific situations.
      I write all my DOS/Win32/UNIX codes 100% on asm and, at least for me, my code is so clear as any other junk languages.
      Asm only requires to know what you're doing with it, something that most "Hello World" programmers don't know.

      DKZ
  • but i love and hate assembler.
    2003-05-15 01:23:48  anonymous2 [View]

    You are a fool. Who can legitimately ever claim that writing in assembler ever simplified writing a practical program? There are situations where writing assembler might be useful like if you need a very efficient block of code that processes video or something, but in your situation, there is no doubt that a compiler could generate much more efficient code than you could ever write. In fact, even writing simple programs, not knowing well the underlying hardware will likely have you writing inefficient code. Unless your programs consist of pushing a couple things on the stack, and maybe taking a wild ride loading a storing a few things in memory, writing assembly will most likely only give you buggy code that is impossible to follow along that only runs on your architecture.
    • but i love and hate assembler.
      2003-12-29 05:58:53  raidu [View]

      concerning your "inefficient code"... maybe you have to learn HOW TO MAKE efficient code whilest programming. The fact is that even c programmers can make inefficient code and even with the syntax "unreadable" code as well

      kurchakk@hotmail.com