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    Back when I tried ADA, it had little or no...

    Back when I tried ADA, it had little or no functions for visual output(one class assignment was to build a library of functions for VT220 terminals).
    This was supposedly to make it more platform...
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    Just because a language doesn't have a feature...

    Just because a language doesn't have a feature built in it doesn't mean that the programmers are forbidden from implementing it themselves.
    Those vulnerabilities are the result of sloppy coding.
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    I haven't had time to read much. Too many things...

    I haven't had time to read much. Too many things going on...

    But...
    As an avid C programmer, have you read the C Bible?
    http://ianchaiwriting.50megs.com/c-bible.html

    And about...
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    Color detection? And you also have a RasPi? ...

    Color detection?
    And you also have a RasPi?

    Why do you absolutely insist on making your project more complicated than it needs to be?
    The Teensy 4.x is comparable to an RPi Zero in processing...
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    I might consider upgrading good ole 2014f... ...

    I might consider upgrading good ole 2014f...
    (My First gen ShapeOKO. https://forum.shapeoko.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=2025&start=140 pictures on pages 14 to 16 )

    Does grblHAL handle 'untethered...
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    Self-modifying code... When it 'calls' a...

    Self-modifying code...
    When it 'calls' a subroutine, it also modifies the 'Return' instruction from it with the correct return point.
    It's something that's possible when you only have a few...
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    I'm NOT a C/C++ programmer. I've programmed...

    I'm NOT a C/C++ programmer.

    I've programmed in C++ once, and even have Watcom C++(v11 or something, lots of diskettes... ) somewhere.
    I never really got over the first hill,and really decided...
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    I haven't seen your book, but... Some thing...

    I haven't seen your book, but...
    Some thing I've learned over the many, many years as a bumbling programmer is...

    In C++ unless it's a Boolean, it's probably a pointer, not an actual object....
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    You may want to check with a few of the...

    You may want to check with a few of the resellers...

    Here in Norway, 'Gaze electronics' is just a facebook page with nothing happening. No sale as far as I can see.

    The UK:
    Payne Tech has...
  10. Thread: Teensy 2.0?

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    The way I interpret the Teensy 2.0 page(the same...

    The way I interpret the Teensy 2.0 page(the same info is not available on the page for the version with soldered pins) is that Paul is keeping it in production to support those who have existing...
  11. Thread: Teensy 2.0?

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    That table could use a row with approximate power...

    That table could use a row with approximate power usage...
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    Soldering these pins yourself is EASY. Grab some...

    Soldering these pins yourself is EASY.
    Grab some pins, plug them into a breadboard you don't care too much about, drop Teensy on top, grab your iron and solder...
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    I have no idea where to even start building the...

    I have no idea where to even start building the electronics, so this was more a 'here's an idea for any of you guys with more free time than me'.
    And without a board, there's not much reason to...
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    I'm in the process of reviving an old 3D...

    I'm in the process of reviving an old 3D Deltaprinter(DreamMaker Overlord Pro, dfrobot still sells them), and because it had one or more bad stepper drivers(and they don't use stock Polulus) I'm...
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    Exactly how fast does a CPU need to be to run an...

    Exactly how fast does a CPU need to be to run an interpreted language?
    And are we talking 'tokenized' or 'plain text' files?

    The 1984 Psion Organiser with a hitachi 6301 running at 0.9MHz was...
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    Explain to me again the meaning of this word...

    Explain to me again the meaning of this word 'need'...


    My ShapeOKO CNC router is controlled by an Arduino UNO running GRBL. That is 32KB of very, very tightly packed code. There's literally...
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    A common way to stop that kind of spam is to...

    A common way to stop that kind of spam is to disable PMs and similar to users with less than a certain number of posts.
    (One of the reasons many spammers posts 'I love this' or other useless...
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    The Hantek is a good option if it can handle the...

    The Hantek is a good option if it can handle the speeds you work at.

    Me?

    I have an ancient HP Agilent 16702a, with 16533 card(500MHz sample rate 2Channel DSO) a 16522 100MHz state /500MHz...
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    Chinese ebayer? They often play loose with...

    Chinese ebayer?
    They often play loose with descriptions...

    But from what a quick overview of the datasheets tells me, they're pretty similar.
    ...
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    An arduino I picked up on Kickstarter didn't have...

    An arduino I picked up on Kickstarter didn't have mounting holes for pins, just small notches along the edge for easy surface mount onto a larger board, or possibly to solder on thin wires. ...
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    Consider editing the signup page to check the...

    Consider editing the signup page to check the 'referrer link' to see which page it was called from.
    And renaming it to something else, and setting up a short script with the original filename that...
  22. Yes, the 2.8" LCDs are nice, and I even have one...

    Yes, the 2.8" LCDs are nice, and I even have one in my parts box, but I want to display a lot of text.
  23. Dug a bit and found a LCDFast package that...

    Dug a bit and found a LCDFast package that actually does the work.

    Going to putter around with the LCD for a little while, get to really understand how to work it, then take a look at the uSD...
  24. I've been reading up on the 44780, and since it...

    I've been reading up on the 44780, and since it can only support up to 80chars, there will be 2x 44780 chips on a 40x4 LCD.
    Well, that explains the TWO Enable pins...

    It also basically...
  25. The simple way? Then I'd be bit-banging on...

    The simple way?

    Then I'd be bit-banging on an old Psion Organiser II...

    And if I wanted to stay away from interrupts, I'd use a Propeller. No interrupts there... only 8 x 32bit cores....
  26. The panel is supposed to be based on the Hitachi...

    The panel is supposed to be based on the Hitachi HD44780 which should be suppored by at least 2 libraries...
    I don't think that is I2C?
    (16pins plus backlight)

    I'm not happy about doing too...
  27. General questions about Teensy 3.6 from a newbie

    Hi!

    I was in on the KS for the 3.6 way back when because it looked like an EPOC item...
    And now I'm about to embark on my first little project(no not a blinking LED... )
    I'm hoping to read a...
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