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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by dave hillstrom, May 1, 2012.

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  1. so, does anyone want a 32 year old textbook on Bit-Slice Microprocessor
    Design by Mick & Brick? its in damned near new condition. lol
     
  2. Don Y

    Don Y Guest

    Hi Dave,

    This was an excellent text! I relied on it heavily for my
    first two CPU designs!

    (but, to answer your question: "no, I still have my copy")
     
  3. hamilton

    hamilton Guest

    If anyone is interested, I have 29 pcs of AM2901BDC chips available.

    If your interested, send me your address and I'll send them to you.

    donhamilton 2002 AT yahoo DOT com

    no spaces
     
  4. Tim Williams

    Tim Williams Guest

    Heck, if they're old, they might be worth more as gold than chip...

    Tim
     
  5. hamilton

    hamilton Guest

    WOW, I forgot that.

    The date code is 8330 !!
     
  6. hamilton

    hamilton Guest

    They are all yours.

    I'm glad someone can use them, rather then trash.

    hamilton
     
  7. darn. no takers for the book. it looks so pretty and nice, i'd just hate
    to toss it in the trash.
     
  8. Guest

    Some space programs might still be interested :-=
     
  9. I'll provide it a good retirement home. Will send contact info later.
    Thanks,
     
  10. Ultraedit has a column mode that comes in handy from time to time.


    Best regards,
    Spehro Pefhany
     
  11. Rich Webb

    Rich Webb Guest

    As does Notepad++, which is also FOSS and quite a nice general purpose
    and source code editor. http://notepad-plus-plus.org/
     
  12. Guest

    Crimson is the best *text* editor I've used. I use it for a "program" editor,
    too.
     
  13. mixed nuts

    mixed nuts Guest

    _ _
    0 0
    --U--

    Somebody should develop a data extraction and reporting tool that uses a
    data-driven scripting language consisting of a set of actions to be
    taken against textual data (either in files or data streams) for the
    purpose of producing formatted reports. The language should use the
    string datatype, associative arrays (that is, arrays indexed by key
    strings), and regular expressions.
     
  14. Uncle Steve

    Uncle Steve Guest

    That'd be kind of neat. Where'd you get the idea that something like
    that might be helpful? Data?


    Regards,

    Uncle Steve
     
  15. mixed nuts

    mixed nuts Guest

    It just sorta popped up from hearing about people using antique dos
    software dating back to the mid-80s to putz with text files within the
    context of a modern office and entertainment o/s. I think it should be
    named after Al Aho, Peter Weinberger and Brian Kernighan (apb, awb, kwa,
    .... or some such).
     
  16. Rich Webb

    Rich Webb Guest

    That sounds awkward but it would be a pearl of a language.
     
  17. Jasen Betts

    Jasen Betts Guest

    sounds vaguely like perl.
     
  18. Jasen Betts

    Jasen Betts Guest

    So you copied the first paragraph from the wikipedia entry :)
     
  19. someone, give this man a gold star!
     
  20. mixed nuts

    mixed nuts Guest

    Phil Hobbs? I know a Phil Hobbs - IBM, right?

    Laser noise canceller...
     
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