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2004\03\22@235636 by Ken Pergola

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Might be an interesting read for some:

www.eedesign.com/features/exclusive/showArticle.jhtml?articleId=18312
202

Regards,

Ken Pergola

P.S. Some URL stitching may be needed if it gets word-wrapped...

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2004\03\23@005250 by Hopkins

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I get "Unable to access the article page you requested. Please check your
request and try again"????

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2004\03\23@005701 by Liam O'Hagan

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Try changing the last part to 18312202, it got wrapped to the second line...

Probably why Ken said "P.S. Some URL stitching may be needed if it gets
word-wrapped..."

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2004\03\23@040440 by Alan B. Pearce

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> Might be an interesting read for some:

Certainly an interesting looking set of papers. I am amused to see in the
interrupt one a picture of a non-recommended way of setting interrupt
hierarchies, that looks an awful lot like the PIC cascaded register system
:))

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2004\03\23@101006 by Ken Pergola

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Roy Hopkins wrote:

> I get "Unable to access the article page you requested. Please check your
> request and try again"????

Hi Roy,

In situations like that, I always suspect that the URL got word-wrapped.
Yeah, that's why I usually add the postscript to any URLs that I post:

P.S. Some URL stitching may be needed if it gets word-wrapped...


What I mean by that is that you have to re-assemble the URL if it gets
word-wrapped.


Best regards,

Ken Pergola

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