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Help: Connecting Leads to Pins

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Searcher7, Feb 10, 2007.

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  1. I'm surprised you didn't rememer this guy from last summer. You say
    red, he says blue, and on and on it goes. Whatever the solution, it
    isn't right. If a problem has no solution, it isn't a problem is it?
    Something about the Kobayashi Maru......

  2. Searcher7

    Searcher7 Guest

    And that would be another one of your lies.

    I've already said thanks for the help I got(from more knowledgeable

    Darren Harris
    Staten Island, New York.
  3. Searcher7

    Searcher7 Guest

    Sigh. Another moron enters the fray.

    That thread doesn't back up any of the crap you just said.

    And like in this thread, you've contributed nothing there either.

    Darren Harris
    Staten Island, New York.
  4. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    He asked a simple question: "How do I connect wires to these terminals?"

    The answer is "Solder Them".

    He comes back, "I don't want to bother to learn to solder."

    So, screw him.

  5. Searcher7

    Searcher7 Guest

    When you qoute someone, qoute them exactly.

    I did not ask "How do I connect wires to these terminals?"

    Anyone smarter than you can go back to the first post and see that.

    I said "I'm trying to figure out the best way to connect leads to the
    pins...". And I went on to mention wire wrapping and crimp pins in an
    attempt to learn what was possible with both methods.

    I decide what is the best way for me. Not you.

    Darren Harris
    Staten Island, New York.
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