Re: Definitions - What are yours?



"randyhyde@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <randyhyde@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> écrivait
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Actually, according to you, even that isn't written in assembly
language, as the FASM code inside HLA is written in the HLA
language. :-)

Yes, we all know (but some of your abused and most idiot supporters),
that you are done with obfuscating a stolen copy of FASM disguised
in HLA syntax.

Loud applaud, by the way: This is your most "beautiful" swindling
up to date.


Betov.

< http://rosasm.org >


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