Monthly Archives: May 2017

Assembler trick: inline strings

Quite often, we need to send strings to a computer. Usually, there is a section in your code where you define the message with a label: ;string is terminated with null MsgHelloWorld: .asciz “Hello World!\r\n” ;subroutine to print strings putstr: … Continue reading

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Can a rock reflect light?

Many flat earth advocates mention that the moon emits its own light because rocks “don’t reflect light”.  I’ve done an experiment. Here’s a decent rock. Not black, not white, just a reasonable gray. The experiment setup: a white melamin board … Continue reading

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