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James Hinnant
02/17/18 15:43
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Silicon Valley
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#190849 - Oops - 8052.com code library is broken
Responding to: James Hinnant's previous message
Oops, sorry ... the 8052.com code library appears to be broken ... even files without spaces in the name return 404:

http://www.8052.com/codelib/files/CRC_16.asm
404 File Doesn't exist

HOWEVER ... managed to retrieve this file at the Wayback Machine, at archive.org.

Wayback Machine snapshots of the file going back to Oct. 6, 2012, show the 404 response. The closest previous snapshot, Oct. 14, 2011, returns the .asm file.

https://web.archi...CRC_16.asm

It also works with files with spaces in the name, as long as you go back to 2011:

https://web.archi...%20display

You'd need to add the extension manually once you download the this particular file (it's a zip file). The other file's link (CRC_16.asm) had the extension intact.

List of 16 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Arithmetic operation with signed number & fractional number      Razman Ramedan      11/21/17 23:32      
   Fractional Arithmetic      Michael Karas      11/22/17 03:34      
      agree      Erik Malund      11/22/17 08:29      
   Why Assembler?      Andy Neil      12/05/17 01:49      
      Hard to do better.      Michael Karas      01/25/18 21:36      
         Assembly vs. Keil      James Hinnant      02/14/18 17:43      
            assembly vs C      Erik Malund      02/15/18 08:18      
               Re: assembly vs C      James Hinnant      02/15/18 15:15      
                  In the good old days...      Kai Klaas      02/16/18 05:56      
                     in the new days      Erik Malund      02/17/18 08:52      
   Hi Razman, here are some links      James Hinnant      02/15/18 15:41      
      Code samples      James Hinnant      02/15/18 15:55      
         Oops - 8052.com code library is broken      James Hinnant      02/17/18 15:43      
      A bit late      Andy Neil      02/19/18 16:13      
         threads autolocking at approx. 2 months      James Hinnant      02/20/18 16:49      
            threads autolocking      Andy Neil      02/21/18 03:15      

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