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#1
Re: Other Languages
Posted on: 2005/10/6 0:40
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I personally am not a Fan of C so I'll be using the disassemblers. I figure I'll wait until after this weekend to really start though. It'll give me a chance to get my college books from home (which includes my assembler language and computer Architecture books) and get married. I'll post after I hitched.

Post Edited (10-06-05 01:00)
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#2
Re: Other Languages
Posted on: 2005/10/5 6:04
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Okay I came across sounding REALLY stupid. I guess I'm too frazzled because of my impending marraige so let me clarify things.

First is I DO know how to program (and yes in assembler languages too).

Second is I THOUGHT I programmed on embedded systems before, but the other Virtual Reality systems I worked with at College have ALL been peripherals and went through an OS and I don't have a CLUE what I was thinking when I wrote my first post.

Third is that I am really looking for something to get me familiar with Embedded Systems programming (Specifically the VB).

Forth is that I'll probably sound like an idiot in the future (and now too) because I type THEN walk away THEN think, so If I sound like I'm saying something wrong just say it like that, because I probably didn't think about what I said. Thank you, and Thank you for letting me correct myself too.
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#3
Re: Other Languages
Posted on: 2005/10/3 0:56
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Thanks for the advice.

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#4
Other Languages
Posted on: 2005/10/2 15:31
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Is there tools out there that lets you program VB in other languages than C and v10 Assembler like LisP, PERL, ADA, Etc.?

I'm just starting out in VB (waiting for mine to show up in the mail) and I wanted to start programming right away too even if it's nothing yet. I always try to pick out the language I want to use based on the project and not the other way around, but if I don't have that luxury then I'll have to learn this version of assembler (as opposed to Intel or Mips).

Thank you for your help.
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