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@JustAWalrus
I just play around on here but I make Operating Systems and various apps.
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JustAWalrus
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2 years ago
SPASM programming language.
SPASM SPASM or Special Assembly is a programming language that transpiles to x86 Assembly. It is meant to bridge the gap between higher level C and o
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firefish
firefish
@Wuru You changed your name? Wuru the UwU, wUrU ThE WaLrUs2 years ago
HahaYes
HahaYes
WHAT NOT AGAIN WHY WHY DO YOU HAVE TWO MORE ALTS SMH2 years ago
JustAWalrus
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2 years ago
Read the title. This is a bird. cool.
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DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
oh, I just notices, repl.it is starting to make a site wide dark theme!2 years ago
JustAWalrus
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2 years ago
Hey, I just spent an hour coding this. It's a text editor in the console called SPLICE. Not much to explain. Fork the repl. And if you find any bu
text editor
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Leroy01010
Leroy01010
nice2 years ago
Ironwolfyyy
Ironwolfyyy
I got a error2 years ago
Jakman
Jakman
nice editor kid.2 years ago
JustAWalrus
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2 years ago
C++ FULL Beginners Course. Hello, I am @Wuru and this is my C++ FULL Beginners Course. I know @HahaYes already did one but I wanted to do a more in-
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DakotaWhidden
DakotaWhidden
People, are such dicks. Thank you for sharing your information. This was helpful to an extent.1 year ago
liltaco
liltaco
Two very important parts of C++ you missed are the built-in STD types like std::vector, and the smart pointers like std::uniqueptr and std::sharedptr.2 years ago
programmeruser
programmeruser
I've been trying C++ and some parts seem kind of cleaner but C still has its advantages e.g. smaller, faster programs since it's more low level Edit: http://www32.cplusplus.com/forum/lounge/265787/2 years ago
JustAWalrus
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2 years ago
Hey. I hope you are well. Let's start. What is an ALU? The ALU, or arithmetic and logic unit, is a component inside your computer that performs, w
potatojs
potatojs
great tutorial!2 years ago
AtriDey
AtriDey
An ALU may be complex, but an allu is a Finnish guy who shoots you in the head.2 years ago
k9chelsea2
k9chelsea2
bootiful2 years ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
Introduction to Object Oriented Programming. Hey. So I need to write a tutorial. Otherwise I will fade into obscurity. So let's get into Object Or
JaneJLocane
JaneJLocane
It's interesting! Thanks a lot!2 years ago
JeffThorsen777
JeffThorsen777
Thank you, very interesting article. I was writing a term paper on programming. I tried to find a lot of material, but I could not arrange the work properly. I was recommended this article to inquire about services that help students in such matters. I decided to consult on my coursework and did not regret it. I was able to turn it in on time. And the topic of programming was revealed in the work maximally.2 years ago
DungeonMaster00
DungeonMaster00
make an f# tutorial next2 years ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
How a CPU works. Hello. So recently I found out that most people involved or not with programming have no idea how a CPU works. This bothered me.
xxpertHacker
xxpertHacker
Most don't need to know about the CPU because programming often refers to software programming, the hardware often times doesn't matter. Now, I personally want to learn about compilation for hardware, I heard it takes forever.2 years ago
glitchish
glitchish
This is nice, I just am not about how i feel about > "Upvoting is caring"2 years ago
Sholohz
Sholohz
Thx so much i really needed that lolo.2 years ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
Okay, so I need to make a tutorial. Let's discuss Tkinter. What is Tkinter? Tkinter is a module in python for creating GUIs. It is built in to pyt
DigitCommander
DigitCommander
Very helpful! Thanks!3 years ago
DungeonMaster00
DungeonMaster00
cool. gui is good for many things, including videogames, and operating systems.3 years ago
EpicGamer007
EpicGamer007
YAY FOR THE WEB DEV COURSE. Can you please ping me when you are done with that? 3 years ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
Hello, at the moment I am working hard at a HUGE full web dev course with @Coder100 so I needed to get something out here. Clean Code: An introductio
TomasSamanter
TomasSamanter
I thank the author for creating the post; it was really useful to me and I enjoyed it. I made a note about it on the oxessays. I'd appreciate it if you could read it and accept it. Thank you for taking the time to express your issue.1 year ago
liltaco
liltaco
I disagree with you about comments. You don't have to read the code just to know what it does, because it might be long. You just need the gist of it, to know what the code does, and how you should use it.2 years ago
zplusfour
zplusfour
can ya gimme da link of da huge web dev tutorial?3 years ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
I am making a programming language right now called QWERTY! It is a functional, assembly-like, language. What features do you like about programming
CodeLongAndPros
CodeLongAndPros
Meta-meta-programming3 years ago
PattanAhmed
PattanAhmed
@Wuru Being a Python Developer, I think Web Scraping is a great feature that I'd would like to see. Hope this helps :) > Please mark my answer if this helps.3 years ago
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
I'm a big fan of simplicity, but in terms of specific features, I'd like to see labels and gotos.3 years ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
C# Full Beginners Crash Course Hello fellow replitors. This course is dedicated to me. Anyway. Let's get started. Table of contents Introduction
MultiLangCoder
MultiLangCoder
For the first one we aren't using "using System;" as a #include but more of a using namespace std.1 year ago
HahaYes
HahaYes
Not really in depth. you just wrote n++ ++n you didn't even talk about incrementing after or before.3 years ago
HahaYes
HahaYes
Hey nice! I guess this is pretty gud3 years ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
Okay, the series is back. Sorry for the shortness of this one. Just lost motivation. Upvote for longer ones :D So let's start already. Section 10:
programmeruser
programmeruser
You don't really use real mode assembly unless you're writing a bootloader2 years ago
xxpertHacker
xxpertHacker
16, 8, and 8 You were intending to say that si and al are both 8 bit registers, right?2 years ago
danielathome19
danielathome19
Syntax error on line 20 of section 11 - {msg db, "Hello ...} -- comma breaks the code after "db". Also, in attempting to run this program, on various different environments I get: main.o: In function `_start': main.asm:(.text+0x2): relocation truncated to fit: R38616 against `.data' In which case, my assumption was that it was attempting to truncate the message which would be 16 bits into si which is only 8: so I tried changing the registers from using si to esi, but I get the error: timeout: t3 years ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
Hey. Part 4. Okay, so lets get started! Section 8: Basic Stack Manipulation. If you have ever programmed before, the Stack is kind of like an arra
jenylucas
jenylucas
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Johnathanparka
Johnathanparka
It's an interesting post. Keep posting such amazing material. https://mymoddedapk.com/6 months ago
vkarts1
vkarts1
If you’re fond of taking a bite of chocolate anytime you can find it there’s a way that to earn money out of your routine. Cadbury will release two limited-edition chocolate bars and the public is expected to figure out the flavor of each. It sounds like a dream job to us! https://jigtu.today/news/chocolate-tasters-as-it-releases-new-chocolate-mystery-bars/7 months ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
Hey. So part 3 already. Yay! I cannot thank you guys enough for your support. Section 6: Conditional Jumps Consider the code below. section .
SarahHeisnoran
SarahHeisnoran
LOL3 years ago
SarahHeisnoran
SarahHeisnoran
Very good! This should be on top! 3 years ago
JustAWalrus
JustAWalrus
@Jakman @oboy12 @ilyasseDev @paulm6cgovern @meham @ZDev1 @vamsidhargodlaveti @bobafet24 @johnstev111 @21natzil @aaqilahamad @AlvarezIiiIii @mkhoi @TheForArkLD @DynamicSquid @FallenAngel13 @SarahHeisnoran @Coder100 @Verbix @AbhayBhat @PaoloAmoroso @Highwayman Part 5 is here!!!!!! https://repl.it/talk/learn/Assembly-Language-Crash-Course-5/457093 years ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
Third take. Hello. I am @Wuru and this is Assembly Language Crash Course 2. So. Let’s just start right now. Section 4: Hello, World! Consider the
JustAWalrus
JustAWalrus
@mwilki7 Part 4 is out https://repl.it/talk/learn/Assembly-Language-Crash-Course-4/450433 years ago
Verbix
Verbix
he at the Ws again3 years ago
JustAWalrus
JustAWalrus
@PaoloAmoroso @mwiki7 Part 3: https://repl.it/talk/learn/Assembly-Language-Crash-Course-3/450303 years ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
Hey. So today we will work on assembly language. Assembly Language is just translated binary or machine code. An example of this would be to write o
xxpertHacker
xxpertHacker
An example of this would be to write out 5 in binary you would write 0101, but in assembly, it’s just 5. But isn't binary often stored in ASCII, by bytes? Thus 5 would be 5, not 4 separate bytes to represent that number? That would mean -1u128 would take up 128 bytes, and not fit all into 16 bytes or less?2 years ago
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
With NASM on Windows, I believe you also need GCC installed. Theoretically, you'd run nasm -f win32 .asm then run gcc .obj. Haven't tried it yet, just thought I'd mention it.3 years ago
Verbix
Verbix
Ws only3 years ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
Hilarious Tweet Generator! It's exactly what the title says. It legit makes the funniest stuff u'll hear! Also upvote or else
Tweet Generator
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studentAlfredAl
studentAlfredAl
wut it just says "NO LONGER WORKS DUE TO WORK" and thats it... lol ik this project is from a long time ago, but still3 years ago
SarahHeisnoran
SarahHeisnoran
Yes for sure! @Verbix3 years ago
Verbix
Verbix
Dude your stuff is the best!3 years ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
Someone keeps liking WuSlow on multiple accounts. Any confessions?
DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
who's wuslow?3 years ago
Bookie0
Bookie0
How do you know they are liking it on multiple accounts? Also if this a problem, please report it under bugs: https://repl.it/bugs Or ping a mod Hope this helps! =)3 years ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
Me, @Coder100, and @CodeLongAndPros have a pretty wild idea and it is a full bash emulation via Python and JSON. We are all pretty experienced develop
CodeLongAndPros
CodeLongAndPros
Also, btw, having a ; as a command separator will not work for BASH emulation.3 years ago
Bookie0
Bookie0
i think you mean *joining instead of "joking" in the title xD3 years ago
JustAWalrus
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3 years ago
Sorry for the long wait, I just don’t have any motivation to do these anymore. Anyway today we will talk about loops! What the heck is a loop!?!?!?!
alex0928
alex0928
Oh!! thanks for this, apart from your content i have also found one of the best platform to know the best programming language to learn as here were such contents that allowed me learn various language within a week.1 year ago