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19:14:07: <Dan_D> Is there any Windows verion of corewars that is not: On a webpage that gets a 403 error, Source code, or uses Java?
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19:32:46: <itsy> Hi :-)
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19:56:56: <itsy> Hi Fiveop :-)
19:59:00: <fiveop> hi
20:27:43: * itsy is just making a list of all the different types of vampire!
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22:28:16: <mechtroid> Are there any examples of the .X instruction suffix being used effectively? I feel like it would be a great way to protect against vampire fangs, but other than that, my mind is blank.
22:31:11: <itsy> Hi :-)
22:31:38: <itsy> One minute, I'll find some examples
22:38:43: <itsy> Okay, CMP scanners have two scan pointers, one in the a-field, the other in the b-field. MOV.X can be used to swap them before attacking. Example http://users.obs.carnegiescience.edu/birk/COREWAR/94/HILL/willow.red
22:42:24: <mechtroid> Oh, nice.
22:48:05: <itsy> There are a few other uses. E.g. .75c scanners need .x http://corewar.co.uk/scanner.htm
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22:58:32: <itsy> https://twitter.com/john_metcalf/status/441346697038270464 :-)
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