posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 12:03 AM
Originally posted by kdog1982
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
Yes,I learned how to program then,in the early 80's.
Was it boolean?Goolean?
It has been to long ago.
Now ,besides relay logic,now program elevators with a little hand held tool.
It was basic,the language that I used to program with.
edit on 17-2-2012 by kdog1982 because: (no reason given)
My first language was z80 assembley, programmed directly in hex. using my old sharp mz-700..
My second was 6502 on the old c64, again in direct hex, and later using my fastload cartridge with a sort of assembler.
then came 8086, at first using masm direct, then slowly learning the proper assembler for it.
then I gave up when it became easier to use professional basic 7.
then finally, vb3, 5, 6.. stuck with 6 for a long time.
.net basically forced me to give up, if dont think I need to learn how to become a chef just to make a cake.
ahhh... again, there was something fun about probing in the memory of a machine, dumping out memory and seeing the code at it's basic level...
seeking interrupt calls, knowing that you could find your way around.
ripping images and music from old c64 games...
now it's all facebook and twitter, and ohnoes the internet is falling