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Thread Closed: Student Homework Assignment

Jez Smith
04/03/06 14:55
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Birmingham
England


 
#113587 - I don't see the problem
Responding to: Piotr Kowalczyk's previous message
If the teacher wants you to program the problem in assembler so that you learn about programming in assembler and he wants you to think in hexadecimal in order to help you to understand the problem then the teacher is doing his job by weeding out the people who can solve the problem and would be able to solve a similar problem in real life and people who casnnot solve the problem and would not solve the problem in real life, thereby solving the potential problem of someone employing you in the mistaken belief that you know what you are doing without having to copy someone elses work.
so why shoudl anyone give you the code so that you can con some potential employer into thinking that you know what you are doing?

List of 16 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
stopwatch & 7seg      Piotr Kowalczyk      04/02/06 09:45      
   Time duration of your project?      Suresh R      04/02/06 10:55      
   Stopwatch      Hal Albach      04/02/06 11:41      
   Which hardware?      Mahmood Elnasser      04/02/06 11:45      
   What course?      Andy Neil      04/03/06 01:12      
      Memories      Steve M. Taylor      04/03/06 04:53      
   obtain it and move to France      Erik Malund      04/03/06 06:20      
   Thank you... and...      Piotr Kowalczyk      04/03/06 12:05      
      I am sure many have      Erik Malund      04/03/06 12:41      
      Disgusting!      Kai Klaas      04/03/06 20:36      
         Unhelpful ?      Steve M. Taylor      04/04/06 04:27      
            Time to close this thread?      Andy Neil      04/04/06 04:39      
   for my teacher...      Piotr Kowalczyk      04/03/06 12:08      
      Worthwhile      Andy Neil      04/03/06 14:01      
   I don't see the problem      Jez Smith      04/03/06 14:55      
   Don't insult us!        Kai Klaas      04/03/06 19:59      

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