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2000\10\30@141646 by Don Peinetti

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So what's all this Pic stuff about anyhow?
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2001\04\24@085524 by George Chatzigeorgiou
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Does anyone uses a modelling language in the developing process?
I mean a modelling language like UML (ROOM version) or any other modeling
tool (like Rational Rose Real Time) ?
If so, i'd like to know the real developing advantages.

Thanks
George Chatzigeorgiou

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2001\04\24@100252 by Douglas Wood

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I use the SELECT Case tool using the Yourdon methodology (with Hadley
extensions for real-time).

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2001\05\24@175743 by Dennis F. Piwonka
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I am looking for the specs for the M-bus used on automobile stereos, such
as Alpine radios and Cd changers.

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2001\07\25@181340 by 1?Q?Joselyn_Ru=EDz?=
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2001\09\26@111728 by Osuna, Julio
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I guys, I wonder if someone of you has information or something related
about testing of the clamping of ,MOV's, Sidactors, and gas tubes
supressors, Regards Julio Osuna

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2001\11\20@122735 by bob
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I have started to use Circuitmaker for my schematics and Traxmaker for the
layouts.
Does anyone have a Circuitmaker library for the PIC16F84 or any other of the
PIC family?

Thanks
Bob

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2002\01\15@194914 by Osuna, Julio
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Hi guys. I have a question.

I have an LED that lights 3 different colors :red, green and ambar, I would
like to know what kind of sensor I could use to detect the 3 colors emited
from the LED.

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2002\01\16@092025 by Vitaliy Maksimov

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> Hi guys. I have a question.
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> I have an LED that lights 3 different colors :red, green and ambar, I
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> like to know what kind of sensor I could use to detect the 3 colors emited
> from the LED.

I believe that amber is the combination of red and green.  You could use two
photoelements with different color filters (red & green).  Then, if you get
a HIGH from the "red" sensor, and LOW from the "green" sensor, you could
safely assume that the color of your LED at this given time is red.  Same
thing for green.  And if *both* sensors give you a HIGH, the color is amber.

Hope this helps,

Vitaliy

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2002\07\24@122029 by Katinka Mills
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On Wed, 24 Jul 2002 22:19, you wrote:
> Mauricio Mendoza wrote:
> > digest
>
> You have digested the food.
> You are in a poorly lit room, with a gentle breeze coming from the east.
>  Passages lead to the north, east, and south.
> N, E, S?
>
> E
>
> CHOMP!
> You have been eaten by a grue.


Now what was this game called with the haunted house, I remember it on the C64
and the Amiga ;o)

Regards,

Kat.

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2002\07\24@122859 by M. Adam Davis

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There were a ton of text adventure games.  The one I played was written
in gwbasic (or basica, it worked on both) and was called kidnapped or
something.  You basically had to escape from a ten story building.

The one with the Grue (that always ate you if you entered a room with
one) is a very popular one whose name I cannot recall.

-Adam

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2002\07\24@123332 by Bond, Peter

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> The one with the Grue (that always ate you if you entered a room with
> one) is a very popular one whose name I cannot recall.

Zork.

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2002\07\24@123513 by Brendan Moran

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> There were a ton of text adventure games.  The one I played was
> written in gwbasic (or basica, it worked on both) and was called
> kidnapped or something.  You basically had to escape from a ten
> story building.
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> The one with the Grue (that always ate you if you entered a room
> with one) is a very popular one whose name I cannot recall.

Would that be nethack?

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2002\07\24@164919 by James Paul

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All,

TI had a version called "Hunt the Wumpus".

                            Regards,

                              Jim



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2002\07\24@165535 by Brendan Moran

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> All,
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>  TI had a version called "Hunt the Wumpus".
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>                              Regards,
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>                                Jim

I didn't know there were grues in "Hunt The Wumpus".  I thought there
were just Wumpuses.

As a side note, I believe that there's a multiplayer version of "Hunt
the Wumpus" somewhere

- --BJM

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2002\07\24@182705 by Bond, Peter

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> Would that be nethack?

Are grues in the code other than as something you see whilst hallucinating?

I must grep it some time...

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2003\01\12@175356 by cdb
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Governments seem to like courses for the unemployed that teach things
that (to me at least ) seem a natural given for an adult,  such as,
and I quote, "Wash before going to an interview", and as I have
remarked before how to not tell the truth to get a job.

I wonder if they've ever considered courses for employers on how to
advertise a position. To me the following advert tells me nothing,
certainly not enough to motivate me to find out what the hell they're
talKing about.

Job Description     Our client is committed to a culture of
compliance with thecompany and to this end have established a
Compliance Department. We are seeking a highly motivated person who
is well organised to work in their Compliance Department on the Gold

Requirements      Refere to job description for requirements.

The above is a direct cut and paste! Perhaps I'm having an Olionic
attack, but I would expect the company to at least give some idea as
to the actual vacancy rather than just a vague idea espousing what
looks like part of a mission statement- and I don't view those all
that favourably either.

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2003\05\17@064443 by ferryc
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2003\11\24@113821 by Mike
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> P.S. Is not Visual Studio 6 Learning Edition free for
> students?

>Irrelvant because then the app would require a total rewrite to work. The
>specific task was to create a crossplatform application from a single
>codebase. If you switch to VS, it's the VS way or the highway.

Not true. I use wxwindows to write the cross-platform code. I can compile
with VS, Cygwin, Borland, gcc,...

Mike

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2008\06\30@101751 by Stephen D. Barnes
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Test...please ignore.

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2008\06\30@111122 by Steven Howes

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On 30 Jun 2008, at 15:15, Stephen D. Barnes wrote:
> Test...please ignore.

No

2008\06\30@123442 by Stephen D. Barnes

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Steven Howes wrote:
> On 30 Jun 2008, at 15:15, Stephen D. Barnes wrote:
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>> Test...please ignore.
>>    
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> No
>  
I should have placed the subject "Test" in there! This one resulted from
a previous post concerning gmail and how it hides messages from onself
in the "all mail" folder on the server. I had assumed this was the
reason why I also do not recieve my posts in my email client. Now I know
from others, and this test, that it is true!

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