Category : Assembly Language Source Code
Archive   : 2DROTATE.ZIP
Filename : SINCOS.DW

 
Output of file : SINCOS.DW contained in archive : 2DROTATE.ZIP
Sine dw 0,6,13,19,25,31,38,44,50,56
dw 62,69,75,81,87,92,98,104,110,116
dw 121,127,132,137,143,148,153,158,163,168
dw 172,177,182,186,190,194,198,202,206,210
dw 213,217,220,223,226,229,232,235,237,239
dw 241,243,245,247,249,250,251,252,253,254
dw 255,255,256,256 ;64 vlaues

Cosine dw 256,256,256,255,255,254
dw 253,252,251,249,248,246,244,242,240,238
dw 236,233,231,228,225,222,218,215,212,208
dw 204,200,196,192,188,184,179,175,170,165
dw 160,156,150,145,140,135,129,124,118,113
dw 107,101,95,90,84,78,72,65,59,53
dw 47,41,35,28,22,16,9,3,0 ,-4 ,-10
dw -16 ,-23 ,-29 ,-35 ,-41 ,-48 ,-54 ,-60 ,-66 ,-72
dw -78 ,-84 ,-90 ,-96 ,-102 ,-107 ,-113 ,-119 ,-124 ,-130
dw -135 ,-141 ,-146 ,-151 ,-156 ,-161 ,-166 ,-171 ,-175 ,-180
dw -184 ,-189 ,-193 ,-197 ,-201 ,-205 ,-209 ,-212 ,-216 ,-219
dw -222 ,-225 ,-228 ,-231 ,-234 ,-236 ,-239 ,-241 ,-243 ,-245
dw -247 ,-248 ,-250 ,-251 ,-252 ,-253 ,-254 ,-255 ,-256 ,-256
dw -256 ,-256 ,-256 ,-256 ,-256 ,-255 ,-255 ,-254 ,-253 ,-252
dw -251 ,-249 ,-248 ,-246 ,-244 ,-242 ,-240 ,-237 ,-235 ,-232
dw -230 ,-227 ,-224 ,-221 ,-217 ,-214 ,-210 ,-207 ,-203 ,-199
dw -195 ,-191 ,-186 ,-182 ,-178 ,-173 ,-168 ,-163 ,-159 ,-154
dw -148 ,-143 ,-138 ,-133 ,-127 ,-122 ,-116 ,-110 ,-105 ,-99
dw -93 ,-87 ,-81 ,-75 ,-69 ,-63 ,-57 ,-51 ,-44 ,-38
dw -32 ,-26 ,-19 ,-13 ,-7
dw 0,6,13,19,25,31,38,44,50,56
dw 62,69,75,81,87,92,98,104,110,116
dw 121,127,132,137,143,148,153,158,163,168
dw 172,177,182,186,190,194,198,202,206,210
dw 213,217,220,223,226,229,232,235,237,239
dw 241,243,245,247,249,250,251,252,253,254
dw 255,255,256,256



  3 Responses to “Category : Assembly Language Source Code
Archive   : 2DROTATE.ZIP
Filename : SINCOS.DW

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/