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screenshot added by sirius)(black on 2009-07-05 19:52:54
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release date : july 2009
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popularity : 53%
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added on the 2009-07-05 19:52:54 by sirius)(black sirius)(black

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a dos text mode demo with an ms word document .nfo file? o0 (I've not run it, so no vote..)
added on the 2009-07-05 20:14:25 by psonice psonice
cool use of ascii |_ -|- etc chars
rulez added on the 2009-07-05 20:33:27 by PENETRATOR PENETRATOR
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The .nfo for those without word
ahaha, well, sure, it's text-mode, but there's music too, and i don't know how else to make a .nfo file, it's basically to show what i've learned from asm in 7 days(okay, i also know vga mode and how to draw pixels in it, but it's not practical to use it for now, next demo will include vga XD)
Code:C:\>upx demo1.com Ultimate packer for eXecutables Copyright (C) 1996 - 2008 UPX 3.03d Markus Oberhumer, Laszlo Molnar & John Reiser Apr 27th 2008 File size Ratio Format Name -------------------- ------ ----------- ---------- 4458 -> 911 20.44% dos/com demo1.com
added on the 2009-07-06 11:19:57 by hfr hfr
It's great that you have made your first demo, but I really recommend that you'll continue coding on a modern operating system like Windows, OS X or Linux. DOS is pretty much dead and few people have it up and running anymore. DOSBox exists, but..
rulez added on the 2009-07-06 14:54:36 by Preacher Preacher
ahaha, yea, i do use windows, but i coded it in 16-bit code, so it won't actually run on windows, only dosbox(that's why i mentioned it in the .nfo file XD)
this must be a fakeprod...
anybody in his right mind buys the crap about coding something that even you can't run without some obscure emulator? (and not doing it for some exotic architecture....)
added on the 2009-07-06 17:07:40 by FooLman FooLman
umm.. dosbox is NOT obscure, but it's the best dos emulator i know of,
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rulez added on the 2009-07-07 16:21:11 by BITS BITS
What CPU does it require before i try it on my XT?
added on the 2009-07-07 23:16:57 by Exin Exin
it's programmed for 16 bit x86 processors, in asm
@Exin, depends on your XT ;) 8086+80286 but f.e. no 8088...
added on the 2009-07-09 13:20:44 by cryer cryer
pointless?
Haha, epic win :) Thx to Aerial Image whatever for this great catchy dos tune and nice ascii :) And for Synok he means me, I guess? If there isn't more Synoks out there, haha.
rulez added on the 2009-07-09 21:16:53 by ~ STARDREAMERS ~ ~ STARDREAMERS ~
I might add that this is coded for purpose on 16-bit processors which was populair at a time, which has long passed and while trying to run it on 32-bit processor or 64-bit, the instructions is extended and maybe wont run in some cases. As for VGA mode, that is 100% needed to be run on emu, or else it try to call the AX registers where we use EAX. Extended Accumulator Register, and therefor it can't be run. Hard to explain, but most DOS demos run on emu, if u don't have a very old computer, haha.
32-bit processors like 80486 or the Pentium series run 16-bit executables just fine.
added on the 2009-07-09 21:42:28 by Preacher Preacher
8088 and 8086 is basically the same 16bit cpu, just think of 8088 as a 8086sx in 80386sx terminology. Code written for either of them will still run on todays CPUs while in real mode, unlike sound or video related code which depends on hardware outside the cpu

Nevertheless, this release is hillarious
sucks added on the 2009-07-26 01:26:57 by T$ T$

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