Saturday, November 7, 2009

Ta ma de

Today I did some research on the 8051 microprocessor chip on how to assemble it. While searching, I came across some online articles and online books also but the pages were not complete due to copyright stuff I think. Then I came across something in rapidshare. The file says 8051 part 1 and part 2. Part 1 was 200 MB and part 2 was 140 MB. So, I spent about 3 hours plus to download them thinking they were gonna combine and be a soft copy of a book about 8051 (they're in rar files). When I extracted them, something was weird. It wasnt a pdf file, instead a real player file. I double-clicked it and guess was prOn!!!

I check it out a little and it was.....*ehem ehem*

back to the point...the bloody bugger who uploaded it, is an ass. Why cant he upload it with other names? Why must it be "8051". Deng...

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