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I don't know all the gritty details of my Intel P4 by heart, but your program more or less seems to work. However, I've noticed that there are LOTS of cpu detection programs out there, and they never seem to work 100%. I suggest you test it some more (and go to http://board.flatassembler.net if you ...
- Jun 30, 2006 5:59
- Forum: Libraries
- Topic: Irrlicht Wrapper for 3D games and applications
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- Jun 30, 2006 5:55
- Forum: General
- Topic: How to turn off line number support? [No reason to, Solved]
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I'm no expert (far from it), but the 8088 is a 16-bit processor with an "8-bit external data bus" (or whatever). FreeBASIC requires at least a 386. However, a 486 with the same clock speed as a 386 is supposedly twice as fast (486 is pipelined: multiple instructions possible for every clock tick vs....
- Jun 30, 2006 5:44
- Forum: General
- Topic: URGENT: Text strings in program visible in compiled EXE!!!!
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Yes, they basically want you to always be able to decompress the compressed .EXE if need be. The stub itself is copyrighted by them, but you are granted free access to use and distribute programs using it as long as you don't modify it. However, lots of people modify it anyways (which I don't recomm...
I only tried the really big debug version of this library on Angelo's (slightly updated for FB) Wetspot, and it didn't work (black screen, does nothing apparently, have to Ctrl-C). This was on DR-DOS 7.03 Lite (and, for the record, I didn't quite test it under every memory setup in existence). Last ...