Simplest tutorial on Assembly explained!

Well i have this link stuck on my Firefox browser for somewhat a month, i think it is time i remove it from the tab and put it somewhere permanent where i can always find it when i need it.  As for those that are curious, this link i found is one of the easiest guide i find understandable as compared to others.  Click on the link below if you are interested in knowing everything about Assembly language!


Builder & Stub | How to create your own builder and stub in C (using Resource)

If you are looking to build it using EOF, look here.

As i have already created a similar post which creates your own builder using the File I/O (Input/Output) operation, some have came across a problem where they need their stub application to be placed and ran in memory instead of normal execution.  In order to counter this problem, the solution that can come into mind is to use the resource data in the file.  Even if your file is ran in the memory, the resource data is also loaded with it.  Be aware that the terms used may confuse you so read the synonym section.  Take a look at the concept below. Read the rest of this entry »

Builder & Stub | How to create your own builder and stub in C (using EOF)

If you are looking to build it using Resource, look here.

This question is often seen in one of the forum that i hang around.  Although the programming language is different, the idea and concept is one.  I have already prepared a source code for this project but i will explain a little or less about how it works.  Understand that the term stub i am using refers to the application that is going to read a message that has been injected from an application called builder.  Be aware that the term injected also refers to implanted or appended.  In this article, i will be showing the concept on how a builder and stub works, what will you need before coding it and your preparations as well as pseudocode to ease understanding of the concept.  Apart from that you can download the project in case you are not sure what to do with the source code given due to certain complexity. Read the rest of this entry »

How useful an iPod can be!

Today i decided to try out TeamViewer via iPod.  I ended up finding fascinating adventures with it.  Below are some of the unthinkable ideas i had.

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Imagine that you are sitting in Starbucks and your friend urgently needs a document from you that you have at home which is half an hour away.  No worries for TeamViewer is here; with your iPod or iPhone in your hand, connect to Starbucks wireless connection and run TeamViewer’s app (Download).  Connect to TeamViewer software which you have run earlier at home (either Mac, Linux or Windows) and open up your e-mail service and send it to your friend! Voila, problem solved!

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I was so lazy lying on my bed and i wanted to see what is going on on my laptop.  Maybe some friend of mine dropped me a message at Windows Live Messenger / aMSN.  Luckily i had my iPod with me, i simply connected to my home network and launched TeamViewer and connect to my Ubuntu.  My friend Esther dropped me a message so i decided to let her know how great this application was and i decided to communicate this way (it was a new experience) although there is a lot of messaging tool that i know of.  I though of checking what’s up with my virtual machine that i have left running and i found nothing much so i decided to shut it down to save processes.  Oh well, finally nothing much to do i just press the “Shut Down…” menu option.  Let’s get back to Fruit Ninja!

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Wao, if you have an iPhone and you need to do anything anywhere… it’s even greater!  Do you know what i thought of… Imagine i’m on the transit while rushing to university which i left my computer on with my current project (programming some silly software again).  I can simply remotely connect to it with TeamViewer and continue debug or turn it off otherwise.  This is one of the most exciting feature i could think off: programming remotely!!

Map of India in C

#include "Stdio.h"
int a,b,c;
int count = 1;
for (b=c=10;a="- FIGURE?, UMKC,XYZHello Folks,\
TFy!QJu ROo TNn(ROo)SLq SLq ULo+\
T|S~Pn SPm SOn TNn ULo0ULo#ULo-W\
Hq!WFs XDt!" [b+++21]; )
for(; a-- > 64 ; )
putchar ( ++c=='Z' ? c = c/ 9:33^b&1);
return 0;

Now paste this entire code in your compiler and run it 🙂 Don’t forget to put a getchar(); before return so that you can view it! Original source from (the one i got it)