Re: i disagree
- From: "Ča\\/b" <al@xxx>
- Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2007 17:48:10 +0100
On 24 Jan 2007 14:29:01 +0200, Phil Carmody
"KiLVaiDeN" <kilvaiden@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
On Jan 23, 10:27 pm, "randyh...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <randyh...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
¬a\/b wrote:I see one statement in your language, not three.
for example "<a,b,c;" is pure assembly 1-1 cpuYou have a funny definition of '1' on the left hand side of 1:1.
I see three machine instructions generated.
This looks to me like 3 different instructions.
The same syntax exists in C, with :
Which can be declined on :
Therefore, it looks like 3 different statements to me, matching 1-1.
What bit of 1-to-1 do you idiots not understand?
we are all "idiot" you particulary
Here's a quiz - to see if you can find out which one thing my one.
sample bit of output came from:
Was the input:
(Not that I know what the freaking syntax of that line noise is.)
Come on - if it's a one-to-one mapping reverse it.
Or retract your bullshit claim and then shut up.
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