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Re: What's that you say?
tom-ii   2/3/2014 9:42:45 AM
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@Max:


Yeah, the same way cats love fish...

Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   2/3/2014 9:34:33 AM
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@Tom-ii: Why do you hate me so much?

Don't they say that love and hate are two sides of the same coin?

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tom-ii   2/3/2014 9:33:06 AM
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@Max:


...  That's what they all say...


Why do you hate me so much?

 

*snif*

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Max The Magnificent   2/3/2014 9:28:43 AM
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@Tom-ii: And you're gonna laugh at me about it, too?

I'm laughing with you, not at you :-)

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tom-ii   2/2/2014 7:03:32 PM
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@Max:

 

...  And you're gonna laugh at me about it, too?

 

*snif*

 

;)

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Max The Magnificent   2/2/2014 2:52:38 PM
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@Tom-ii: Jeez....  Isn't me listening to your webcast enough??

LOL

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tom-ii   1/31/2014 7:17:35 PM
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@Max:

What? Am I to take it that you haven't read my book: How Computers Do Math? My description of binary devision is so beautiful it will have you crying into your beer!

Jeez....  Isn't me listening to your webcast enough??

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Max The Magnificent   1/31/2014 5:51:36 PM
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@Tomii: I will assert, however, that I have seen NO good descriptions of fixed-point division (or really, even binary division.

What? Am I to take it that you haven't read my book: How Computers Do Math? My description of binary devision is so beautiful it will have you crying into your beer!



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