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I'm with you, it's nice to know what goes on behind the scenes, and it only happens when you write your own code. BUT should we all be writing Assembly language code? After all, to really learn, you need to do it all yourself.

No....it's best to happily stand on the shoulders of the giants who preceded us...... and avoid sweating the details unless necessary.


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In reply to Re: Reinvent the wheel! by zentara
in thread Reinvent the wheel! by telemachus

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