If you look at his message closely, I dont think he really wants to
write machine code - he is not writing an assembler - he just wants to
handle data as pure binary or hex, not as ASCII. That is what you
would need to do for encryption, for example, as he mentions.
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Shadow Hills, CA
On 1 Apr 2005 03:49:33 -0000, Chergarj@... wrote:
> Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 17:36:58 EST
> From: Chergarj@...
> Subject: Re: Want to learn how to write machine code.
> What you are asking is unrealistic for Liberty BASIC. Computer science
> students in colleges learn what you are asking about, and that stuff is not done in
> Liberty BASIC. Liberty BASIC is good for creating many business,
> industrial, and fun-project programs, but machine code would be written using something
> else. Certainly other LB-discussion members will have further and more
> productive suggestions and details for you.
> G C (your message quoted below)
> In a message dated 03/31/2005 2:19:14 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> kingwooky@... writes:
> > I just recently started to learn programming with
> > LibertyBasic because it was suggested for its ease of
> > use, but I'm having trouble finding in a book and
> > searching on the internet for writing binary code that
> > I would construct myself by using LibertyBasic. You
> > see, what I want to do is to load a file into a
> > program, and for that program to read the file as 0's
> > and 1's. Based upon certain sequences, I want my
> > program to create a different binary code that I have
> > constructed for it to create in the program. My idea
> > is a compression program. Since I am a beginner, my
> > idea may not work, but it is the reason I started to
> > program. I just want to see if it will. Could someone
> > help me on how I can get LibertyBasic to assimilate
> > binary code that does not depend upon the American
> > Standard Computer Code.