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How processor, assembler, and programming languages work (for dummies)

, 16 Jan 2012
Explanation of the basic workings of the computer in simple language.
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Tomas "Frooxius" Mariancik
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Czech Republic Czech Republic
I was interested in technical things since I was a kid and when I got computer at the age of twelve, began using it to create. My biggest passion is game design, but also programming almost anything, creating amateur films or digital drawing and graphics. I also created a bunch of experimental processing architectures and associated programming languages under the hood of project called WPU - Weird Processing Unit.
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