|Cactus would like you to know that it loves you and wants you to be happy.
With that being said, Cactus thinks that being scaled to 50 pixels makes it look fat, and this makes Cactus feel embarrassed.
|Does this make me look fat?|
(It is probably not in your interest to answer that)
|This guy knows some Japanese!|
This is why I shouldn't be awake at 3:00 in the ,onmweinre⌫⌫⌫⌫⌫⌫⌫⌫⌫morning.
I've got a disassembly of Atlantis no Nazo in the works.
Let me tell you, some of that code doesn't look like it was written very well.
- Yeah yeah that's great and all, why not put it in pre tags and dump it at AnN/Disassembly? It'd be fun to see the work in progress :P --Xkeeper 11:19, 19 February 2010 (EST)
- From the controller routine:
83f0: ad 16 40 LDA $4016 ; | Read it, but don't save it? 83f3: 29 06 AND #$06 ; | 83f5: c9 01 CMP #$01 ; | 83f7: 2e 00 02 ROL $0200 ; |
- As I recall, ROL $0200 will rotate the carry bit (the result of CMP #$01) into the lowest bit of $0200, shifting any existing bits left in the process. Repeat this seven more times and you've got a full set of controller flags. --BMF54123 02:44, 1 April 2010 (EDT)
1. 刃道 (no language specified)
2. 刃道 (zh-Hant)
3. 刃道 (zh-Hans)
4. 刃道 (ja)
5. 刃道 (ko)
These are all the same character with different language attributes. With no language specified, browsers are free to choose whichever language variant they prefer. You may notice that regardless of language, it's pretty easy to tell those are supposed to be the same two characters on each line. Now open your browser's "find" function and notice that using it to search for 直 will also highlight 直. That's why this bugs me.
Do we have anything like Wikipedia's Lang template for this stuff?