Author Topic: Segmentation fault question  (Read 11307 times)

Offline azagaros

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Re: Segmentation fault question
« Reply #15 on: May 27, 2019, 10:24:38 PM »
Debs, all languages boil down to the machine language on any processor.   5 of them have been the most common I have been programming for 30 years.  All other languages have the same basic logic to them and if one can pick up on the syntax of the language, one pick out the common struct to all of them because of the machine language concept.  It is like I can read lisp but cannot program in it.  The concepts from 8086 or 6502 or the 68000 from various companies follow similar constructs of machine language.  Even the current forms of arm V follow simple abstracts of those earlier ones. It is like the simple move from memory to register is common to all of them.
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