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  1. When i accomplished my goals i had inner peace . For example , When i was finally able to built a dynamic website of my own When i follow assembly language with SASM IDE , when i don't have anything else to do When i finally managed to understand differential equations When i started doing a commerce degree after failing for math in my computer science degree . Right now i have very less inner peace because after working till evening i am still studying for my commerce degree . Someday , after completing my distance education commerce degree i might have more inner peace .
  2. Phi for All , Raider5678 Thanks a lot for the reply I haven't smoked anything after that last post of that video . I even bought one of these and have been chewing this ever since . I already feel 10 times fresher . The craving is there and is very strong . I am a second year commerce student and i used to smoke between my studies , but right now i am not doing it , which is a good thing .
  3. Another reason not to smoke . How Smoking 30 packs Wrecks Your Lungs I have been giving good gaps between smoke for the last few days . Tomorrow the month of November starts . And its going to be a smoke free month for me . That is all .
  4. I should stay like my new avatar from this time on wards . I like this avatar , it gives me strength to hold on in these times of dullness .I have been staying away from smoke for the past 4 hours . Maybe this is already working .Maybe i was looking for that perfect avatar , This avatar makes me happy . Sometimes i think we have to accept the fact that life cant be always interesting , Nor smoking a cigarette can make it interesting. @tar You are right , there is happiness and dopamine in little things Sometimes a smile from a girl can make you quit cigarette . I have become happy when i changed my avatar to this one . Maybe i can really stop this time , The last cigarette was 4 hours ago .
  5. @tar Thanks a lot for the reply . I do not want to ruin my lungs like this either. I am going to quit cigarettes before my 300th post .That is my next goal .
  6. @tar Thanks again for the reply . The problem is i come back from work and starts studying for a commerce degree , distance education .Somehow smoking a cigarette or two in the evening has become a part of the flow . It is a way to escape the usual dull routine of work and a way to relax before i start studying , right now also studying the subject called financial accounting . I really should change this habit and find a different flow ,one without cigarettes . Tomorrow is Sunday ,If i can get a whole Sunday without smoking that would be kind of cool . One last try to quit . 10/28/2017 11:49
  7. Thanks for the reply Phi for All ,tar @tar Thanks for taking your valuable time to type that long reply . I am going to quit now , I am also going to see an Ayurveda doctor tomorrow and am going to tell him that i need medicines to clean the smokes from my lungs . I hope i can stay smoke free from today , this time on wards . 10/26/2017 9:53 PM Indian time
  8. I switched to cigarettes after one more failed attempt .I have reduced it to 5 cigarette per day now . Going to throw away the cigarette too , anytime now .
  9. I failed three times after that last post of mine I seriously quit this time . Because i threw up at least 5 times after my last smoke which was like an hour ago . From this day on wards ,From this time on wards , i wont touch one more nicotine related product ,Ever . R.I.P smoking habits , one more time .
  10. Dear god , I don't want to die of cancer . R.I.P smoking habits
  11. Phi for All , itoero , tar , waitforufo Thanks a lot for the replies Yes i have to change my habits as soon as possible . I really want to start a fresh October month . Itoero , i have been drinking a mix of turmeric and buttermilk , i hope that is what its called in your place for almost 3 weeks now . Along with this mix . That should help with some detox process . I have made up my mind and I am 100% sure that i am not going to smoke not even 1 Cigarette after this September 2017 .This is surely going to be that last month of smoking . ॐ
  12. Maybe i should do that , quit smoking and drink more tea . i will have to make that 5 times a day , three in the evening . This is the result of my blood test i took today . Looks alright so far , but if i continue this habit . It is going to get worse . Let me see what i can do from now on . OK , One last time 21 9 2017 7:23 Indian time
  13. Well , in the evening i come back from work , i sit behind my PC and learn assembly language and every time i learn something new or make any progress i feel like taking a break with a cigarette and a tea I am not sure what else to do I somehow need to break that habit , its too dull in the evenings in these parts of India . Or else i could drink a beer everyday and break out of this habit of smoking .
  14. No i just got it from different places . The last two works in SASM , which is why posted here I like that IDE I am collecting examples and i want everything to work inside SASM IDE . I have only started learning Assembly like a week ago .But i am going to stick with it for the rest of my life
  15. If anyone is looking for more examples , these are all working examples .I thought i would share it here . Linux ASM example section .text global _start ;must be declared for linker (gcc) _start: ;tell linker entry point mov edx,len ;message length mov ecx,msg ;message to write mov ebx,1 ;file descriptor (stdout) mov eax,4 ;system call number (sys_write) int 0x80 ;call kernel mov edx,9 ;message length mov ecx,s2 ;message to write mov ebx,1 ;file descriptor (stdout) mov eax,4 ;system call number (sys_write) int 0x80 ;call kernel mov eax,1 ;system call number (sys_exit) int 0x80 ;call kernel section .data msg db 'Displaying 9 stars',0xa ;a message len equ $ - msg ;length of message s2 times 9 db '*' Hello world windows %include "io.inc" section .data msg db 'Hello, world!', 0 section .text global CMAIN CMAIN: mov ebp, esp PRINT_STRING msg NEWLINE xor eax, eax ret Hello world 2 ; windows %include "io.inc" section .text global CMAIN CMAIN: mov ebp, esp; for correct debugging ; ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ; hello.asm ; ; This is a Win32 console program that writes "Hello, World" on one line and ; then exits. It uses only plain Win32 system calls from kernel32.dll, so it ; is very instructive to study since it does not make use of a C library. ; Because system calls from kernel32.dll are used, you need to link with ; an import library. You also have to specify the starting address yourself. ; ; Assembler: NASM ; OS: Any Win32-based OS ; Other libraries: Use gcc's import library libkernel32.a ; Assemble with "nasm -fwin32 hello.asm" ; Link with "ld -e go hello.obj -lkernel32" ; ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- global go extern _ExitProcess@4 extern _GetStdHandle@4 extern _WriteConsoleA@20 extern _ReadConsoleA@20 section .data msg: db 'Hello, World', 10 handle: dd 0 read_handle dd 0 written: db 0 section .text go: ; handle = GetStdHandle(-11) push dword -11 call _GetStdHandle@4 mov [handle], eax push -10 ; stdin call _GetStdHandle@4 mov [read_handle], eax ; WriteConsole(handle, &msg[0], 13, &written, 0) push dword 0 push written push dword 13 push msg push dword [handle] call _WriteConsoleA@20 push eax mov eax, esp ; buffer for char? push 0 push written ; reuse this? push 1 ; characters to read? push eax push dword [read_handle] call _ReadConsoleA@20 pop eax ; character read in al? ; ExitProcess(0) push dword 0 call _ExitProcess@4 xor eax, eax ret
  16. Thanks for the replies zapatos , Phi for All After 7 in the evening until i wake up in the morning is the hardest .I have been trying to narrow it down . The rest i can easily control ॐ
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