Date : Fri, 03 May 1991 04:40:09 GMT
From : email@example.com (Filip Gieszczykiewicz)
Subject: Re: Help! I'm being invaded by assembler bugs !
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (Greg Ebert) writes:
>I've been doing some assembly language programming on my Northstar
>advantage, and the CP/M 2.0 assembler sometimes 'hangs' - No errors, etc.
>I have to punch to reset switch.
>I found that if I sprinkle NOP instructions throughout the source code
>(and NO other changes), it finally assembles without errors after
>several trial/error iterations. Does anyone know *what* causes
>the assembler to hang, and how to *predictably* avoid the bug ?
Greetings. I don't know about assembler but if I try to
compile a basic program that does not have a complete
last line (ie. return pressed on last line) it won't hang...
well, actually, it will read forever...
"The Force will be with you, always." It _is_ with me and has been for 11 years
Filip Gieszczykiewicz "... a Jedi does it with a mind trick... " ;-)
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