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54008566 No.54008566 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

PROTIP:
you can't call yourself a programmer if you don't write directly in CPU specific microcode

>> No.54008680

>>54008566
PROTIP:
yes you can

>> No.54008689

>you cant call yourself a programmer until you manually flip bits on the hard drive one by one

>> No.54008698

>not programming in pure binary
fucking pleb

>> No.54008699

PROTIP:
programmers manage the chinese and indian monkeys who write directly in CPU specific microcode

>> No.54008704

>you can't call yourself a programmer until you can send electricity directly to the correct switches as fast as computers can
fix'd OP

>> No.54008705

>>54008566
Then why didn't you even post microcode? Don't you know what microcode is?

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54008716

>>54008566
>post asssembly
>call it microcode

Spotted the fucking idiot

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54008802

>>54008566
.. its just asm idiot
also you posted a picture of what looks like disassembly in some pleb tier ide

>> No.54008849

>>54008716
>>54008802
can't post without a picture

>> No.54008880
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54008880

>>54008566
That's not microcode you dumbass. This is microcode.

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54008882

>>54008849
yeah I'm sure that was it

>> No.54008896

Okay for real though all joking aside, there's no reason why programmers shouldn't learn at least one asm instruction set. Even if it's something basic like 6502 or 8086. There are only things to gain from being able to think more in terms of how a cpu does what it does, therefore allowing you to write high level code in a way that's more efficient, faster, and altogether objectively better. Pajeet shills will still try and discredit this, but the truth, however shrouded, is still there.

>> No.54008897

>>54008880
mildly annoyed kek

>> No.54008942

>>54008896
i build a simple ALU with some RAM, ROM, program memory and a clock in Minecraft. does that count?

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54009248

>>54008566
>>54008689
>>54008698
>>54008704
LLLOOOOOLLLLL!!!!1111!!!!!1 X^D

>> No.54009309

>>54009248
jokes on you. i like brainfuck

>> No.54009332

>>54009248
REAL programmers use primordial soup and manipulate it in such a way that it will eventually evolve into a butterfly that will flap its wings at JUST the right time.

>> No.54009367

>>54008566
>microcode
>posted assembly, even worse uglier version

>> No.54009374

real programmers use atom, javascript and node

pussies

>> No.54009387

dipshits in this thread don't realize microcode is just a type of assembly language. even the syntax is 99% the same, but instead of assembling to a binary, it assembles to a binary config file that needs to be flashed to a dev chip.

>> No.54009390

>>54008566
Shitposts aside, where do I actually learn to do this kind of stuff on for example a raspberry pi?

>> No.54009484

>>54009390
debugging already installed tools with your choice of debugger. googling. by the way, thats x86 and pis are arm, and so the dissassembly you see will be different because of different registers, a different instruction set, and is biendian so data and memory take: bffffea4 can be that or a4feffbf

>> No.54009558

>>54009374
underrated post

>> No.54009857

>>54008566
spending that amount of time on something will only get you fired.

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54012095

>>54008566
>not designing an application-specific cpu for an fpga every single project
>literally pleb-tier

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54012473

PROTIP:
you can't call yourself a programmer if you don't write directly in gears

>> No.54012743

>>54008942
>>>/v/

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