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View Poll Results: Would a decent series of asm tuts be useful (Public poll)
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Old 12 January 2007, 15:37   #61
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Originally Posted by bippym
I just find it hard remembering stuff and hard to put the time in to learn and practice
It can be hard remembering coding rules and stuff like that, especially with a language like assembler. That's why I like to create plenty of notes along the way. Keep the notes as simple and easy to read as possible so when you come back to them the knowledge should start flooding back into your brain. Trust me, it really works! I might post my assembler notes here once I've finished them.
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Old 12 January 2007, 15:39   #62
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Well you could always email me some notes to give me an idea..

I find it hard going what with the way my life has been since november and having 3 kids etc..
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