ik dat feeling baby not understanding the stack not understanding C calling conventions interrupts registers etc.
it gets to your head but once you learn it, it'll open your mind to a whole world of programming. You can begin to appreciate just how much work compilers do. The real fun begins when you start looking at how instructions are encoded into machine code. Nothing particularly crazy (if you can handle ASM you can handle machine code), and then you can be da l33t h@x0r who codes in binary ;)
>>52501359 OP confirmed doesn't know assembly. It's literally the least complicated language to learn. The "difficulty" or assembly programming is that you're forced to constantly reference the hardware documentation to do anything meaningful.
>>52503129 > teach computer architecture to the uninitiated I was talking to a friend about why they were studying assembly and I couldnt see a reason to teach it in first year but this seems to be the most probable reason
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