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    Search Patent offices & intellectual property.. if its not out there.. before you've even made the idea a real thing you can aquire intellectual property...


    As far as the whole "I need a programmer thing" your information was so vague, I'm a programmer... and the logic you had reminded me of taking a crap...

    re-done logic:
    if something (crap) is pushing at 3% turn on the bathroom light switch... and do function.
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    I made one last week. Wasn't that big a deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frodobaggins
    I made one last week. Wasn't that big a deal.
    made a poopy once a week? you need to be checked!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GruvThang
    made a poopy once a week? you need to be checked!
    I **** at least 3 times a day thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frodobaggins
    I **** at least 3 times a day thank you.
    I think you need to get that looked at.

    I'd be more worried about 3x per day than 1x per week!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Confused
    I think you need to get that looked at.
    I'm suddenly very glad I didn't go into medicine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RPI Geek
    I'm suddenly very glad I didn't go into medicine.
    Awe c'mon, don't wanna check out my bunghole ?
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    I thought you built device drivers in assembly.?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brady
    I thought you built device drivers in assembly.?
    You can build device drivers in assembly, but no one in there right mind would.
    Usually device drivers are written in C, or C++.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frodobaggins
    You can build device drivers in assembly, but no one in there right mind would.
    Usually device drivers are written in C, or C++.
    .data
    s1: .asciiz " Loves "
    s2: .asciiz "Frodo"
    s3: .asciiz "Assembly"
    .globl main
    li $v0, 4
    la $a0, s2
    syscall
    la $a0, s1
    syscall
    la $a0, s3
    syscall
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