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discussion of a Forth cross-compiler
It's nice to see esoteric languages being dredged up and bandied about. I had thought Forth has died a slow death years ago. Then again, Halloween is coming, maybe it's a zombie :)
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 - 21:10
Help with black box RL analysis?
Is there another sensor that is not seeing something happen when you use the external coil? If it's a solenoid is it releasing pressure that the cars computer isn't seeing change...
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 - 20:43
Trying using USART on Atmega328P (Arduino)
Start simpler. Just make a loop and send a character every second to the PC. Once you get that working add the receive code.   I have no idea why you would use assembler.......
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 - 19:33
Atmega32 without delay
Koshchi wrote: Embedded software is almost always controls software. Don't you mean "controls hardware'?   Hmm, thats not worded well. too many ways to read that. I meant '...
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 - 15:27
Atmega32 without delay
There are 2 things that people have a hard time with when writing embedded software, time and state. Embedded software almost always controls hardware. That means it needs to know...
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 - 14:39
Need a bit of coding help
kk6gm wrote: Here's a basic button test loop, using 3 buttons - the "test" button, a display button and a reset button   // this code is in main() after all HW init u8...
Monday, 27 October 2014 - 17:59
Need a bit of coding help
dbrion0606 wrote: "Bad habits "(using blocking delays)"start early." Well, once one is aware software delays make software evolution complicated, one can use them if one dooes not...
Monday, 27 October 2014 - 17:48
Tactics when using a soft timer?
christop wrote:   keith v wrote:   Why a big ol uint32? uint16 rolls over in 1 minute, way too short uint32 rolls over in 49 days, pretty long, should cover everything...
Monday, 27 October 2014 - 15:53
Need a bit of coding help
Bad habits start early. Don't use delay(), use a millisecond counter, it's not that hard.  
Monday, 27 October 2014 - 15:36
Tactics when using a soft timer?
kk6gm wrote:   keith v wrote:     Using a uint32 solves the rollover problem when you go beyond 0xFFFFFFFF   I'm curious about this statement.  Can you...
Monday, 27 October 2014 - 15:27
Need a bit of coding help
If you were using C++ you could use my debouncedswitch class...  to debounce a switch yo look for a state change then wait and see if it's still changed   See the code...
Monday, 27 October 2014 - 15:09
Gotcha in CLI-less reading of software-extended timer
Ahhh ok, so I can just say there is no software solution to this problem :D
Friday, 24 October 2014 - 21:13

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