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MottZilla wrote:It's not that hard. Just be sure to stick with it and not give up.
yeah, i try and try and try, but nothing comes out
i'll keep reading and investigating. of course i'm counting with your help me too, you'll be my guiding light
of course you'll be credited on my NES emu "About..." menu
sorry for being such a ballbreacker
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Well, if you are writing an emulator as a way to learn more about the console then it's only natural that you hit your head at the wall every once in a while. Through trial and error you'll verify what works and what doesn't.
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tokumaru was right with this one. I have hit walls many-many times 8).
but i didn't give-up, Nes emulator development is really fun.... hope my emu grows more accurate