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Re: DoxDirect

Postby Silvester » Fri Feb 25, 2022 9:34 am

Derek_Stewart wrote:I thought every thing was black and white in assembler...

Until you get a bug you can't crack and then the language can get very colourful :)


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Re: DoxDirect

Postby dilwyn » Fri Feb 25, 2022 10:34 am

Silvester wrote:
Derek_Stewart wrote:I thought every thing was black and white in assembler...

Until you get a bug you can't crack and then the language can get very colourful :)

:D :lol:


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Re: DoxDirect

Postby Tinyfpga » Fri Feb 25, 2022 10:59 am

Sparrowhawk » Thu Feb 24, 2022 5:01 pm
Is that A4 colour? If so that is a great price and a way better deal than I got. (£42.76)

Norm's greyscale book is accessed as per my post as follows:-
viewtopic.php?f=9&t=3294&hilit=assembler+manual&start=40#p35207

It costs £7 plus P&P. Believing that QLers are price sensitive I chose the cheapest spiral bound option.
To print it in colour is £20 plus P&P. I am unable to find a lower cost method of printing multiple copies of Norm's manual.

The version of norms book they have on file is out of date.
If there is some interest (more than two people?) I can update it and have it printed in colour.

Doxdirect seems like a very good way of printing a single copy of a manual but it is a significantly more
expensive way of printing multiple copies.

As mentioned in an earlier post I would be willing to print other manuals (with the permission of the owners) if there was significant demand.



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