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View Poll Results: Would a decent series of asm tuts be useful (Public poll)
Yes: Great idea.. I'll try it and give advice if I can 28 35.90%
Yes: Great.. I'll contribute to the tuts and answer Q's 7 8.97%
Nope.. Shite idea.. pointless etc.. 1 1.28%
Great Idea, would use it but can't contribute (Yet!!) 42 53.85%
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Old 12 January 2006, 19:15   #41
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stupid question, but i can´t find "coolg" at aminet....
found them on my HD and upped em into the zone
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Old 13 January 2006, 21:32   #42
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I agree with you, almost all of Rob's tutorials on that site are load this, click this button, type that, type this, run that, do this, restart the game, cracked. Pointless for people that already know how to crack, and useless for beginners that don't know why he has done any of it.
I believe Rob learned from another tutorial on that site, so his tutorials are good for people somewhere between those two extremes.
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Old 13 January 2006, 21:35   #43
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stupid question, but i can´t find "coolg" at aminet....
I believe this is it...

http://de4.aminet.net/dev/asm/AsmCourseSrc1.lha
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Old 13 January 2006, 22:17   #44
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i want to make some nice scrolltext with copper bg

not with demomaker, but just on my own
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Old 13 January 2006, 22:19   #45
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Yeah I'd like to do something similar.. Today I have been reading a few Amiga ASM and hardware books

Here's hoping
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Old 14 January 2006, 00:06   #46
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Updated the Asm Resources Thread.

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If anyone has the 4 EX4 coders disks (mostly by Cool-G), they have quite a few bits and pieces on them that might be useful.
where did you score those disks From?

Was EX4 the origional group that did the modern (the last LSD Menu they used) LSD Menu?

I think I remember seeing like EX4 as the vector on a OTT docs disk.
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i want to make some nice scrolltext with copper bg

not with demomaker, but just on my own
Maybe one of the experts could do a decent tutorial covering this!
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Old 25 January 2006, 11:17   #48
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take a look at http://ada.planet-d.net for some examples of demo coding... err, when the site is online ... : archive of sources from this site )

and at http://www.flashtro.com, many sources from old cracktros with many oldskool effects !

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Old 27 January 2006, 09:33   #49
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If anyone has the 4 EX4 coders disks (mostly by Cool-G), they have quite a few bits and pieces on them that might be useful.
After a quick google search, i've found these:
http://cd.textfiles.com/zoom2/programming/assembly/

I haven't found the 4th part. Is it exists?
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does some one have working EX4 adf images they can up to the zone please?

I'm having trouble trying to get the menu working

I can read the files on the disk, but would like to get the menu working so I don't have to 'DLD' each t-file to extract it.
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Old 29 January 2006, 22:01   #51
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Old 01 February 2006, 13:59   #52
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does some one have working EX4 adf images they can up to the zone please?
working or not, it's in the zone
at least the last two disks
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wasn't is stated somewhere that there is also supposed to be a fourth disk?
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working or not, it's in the zone
at least the last two disks
shot bro.

Don't know why the coded menu wasn't working . I copied the files to ram, and had to rename some of the files so that it could work with the LSD menu.

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I am once again trying to learn 68kasm
Hey Bip!

It's just over a year since you 'decided' to start learning 68k assembler again, so I'd like to know how far you've come in the year since. Did you give in?? I still like your tutorial idea. Maybe if I get good at asm I'll post a few. It would be nice to create a bunch of asm tutorials starting with really basic stuff like hexadecimal, binary and the registers and then moving onto stuff like Exec, copper, sprites and playfields.

Having a bunch of new (enthusiastic) Amiga coders would allow for the production of a few simple games. Maybe leading onto some half decent AGA games. That would be sweet.

I've decided to have a good go at 68k this year. I've learnt enough to do basic stuff but I'm gonna finish the book 'Mastering Amiga Assembler' before the end of the year and get started on some hardware programming.
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The usual happened.. I don't see results and got bored..

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Hey Bip!

It's just over a year since you 'decided' to start learning 68k assembler again, so I'd like to know how far you've come in the year since. Did you give in?? I still like your tutorial idea. Maybe if I get good at asm I'll post a few. It would be nice to create a bunch of asm tutorials starting with really basic stuff like hexadecimal, binary and the registers and then moving onto stuff like Exec, copper, sprites and playfields.

Having a bunch of new (enthusiastic) Amiga coders would allow for the production of a few simple games. Maybe leading onto some half decent AGA games. That would be sweet.

I've decided to have a good go at 68k this year. I've learnt enough to do basic stuff but I'm gonna finish the book 'Mastering Amiga Assembler' before the end of the year and get started on some hardware programming.
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I think it's a great idea. Too bad the reason i love is the fact i know squat about 68k assembler and would love to give it a look!
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Yeah, don't give up! I want to write my own assembler demo with bouncing scroller totally dissing the latest Paradox crack! And it's about time too since i'm a decade too late!
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I'm not giving up guys!

I have plans of things I'd like to do in asm, and I plan to get them started sometime this millenia

I just find it hard remembering stuff and hard to put the time in to learn and practice
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