|At 26 August 2011, 20:45:20 user CyberWalker wrote: [reply @ CyberWalker]|
I remember a time when I was in a lab lesson at TUC, when I was told that by assembly we could change the opcode of the CPU (m8086), in such a way that the program would behave in a different (and humanly handy) way! I was amazed! By then I realized that in the right hands this could be a new way of art! There must be many sophisticated assembly-code patterns that should do quite interesting things just by using some 'witty' opcode!
When using assembly with alternating opcodetThe only standing barrier is our imagination! :-)
Greetings from Greece!