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2005\05\18@132056 by PicDude

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Looking for relays in the product index, and this is where it directed me...  
http://www.narwani.org/neil/stuff/Mouser_Relays.jpg

Cheers,
-Neil.


2005\05\18@134252 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 12:21 PM 5/18/2005 -0500, you wrote:
>Looking for relays in the product index, and this is where it directed me...
>http://www.narwani.org/neil/stuff/Mouser_Relays.jpg
>
>Cheers,
>-Neil.

And you were looking for relays! Thank goodness you didn't follow their
instructions, you would have been stuck forever in an infinite loop. ;-)

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2005\05\18@135232 by PicDude

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I was, but luckily I had my internal watch-dog timer running :-)


On Wednesday 18 May 2005 12:47 pm, Spehro Pefhany scribbled:
> And you were looking for relays! Thank goodness you didn't follow their
> instructions, you would have been stuck forever in an infinite loop. ;-)


2005\05\18@144701 by David Minkler

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That's funny.

And if it wasn't a joke ...
It'll do that if you look for relays as a sub category under
Semiconductors.  Step back a page and look in the 'R's.

Dave

PicDude wrote:

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2005\05\18@152421 by Philip Pemberton

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In message <.....200505181221.40153.picdude2KILLspamspam@spam@narwani.org>>          PicDude <picdude2spamKILLspamnarwani.org> wrote:

> Looking for relays in the product index, and this is where it directed me...  
> http://www.narwani.org/neil/stuff/Mouser_Relays.jpg

Ack! Recursive indexes! Gettemoff, gettemoff, gettemoff!

Seriously though, that's funny. Like the Borland manual that had this gem:

Infinite Loop... (see Loops, Infinite)

Loops...........
 Infinite...... (see Infinite Loop)
 
 
I guess the guys who wrote the manual had a sense of humour.

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2005\05\18@153413 by PicDude

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Yep, this is correct.  But it stumped a few of us for a couple minutes, so we
just thumbed through the catalog to find the correct pages.


On Wednesday 18 May 2005 01:48 pm, David Minkler scribbled:
> That's funny.
>
> And if it wasn't a joke ...
> It'll do that if you look for relays as a sub category under
> Semiconductors.  Step back a page and look in the 'R's.


2005\05\18@154643 by David Minkler

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Been there, done that, have the sheepish grin to prove it.

Dave

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2005\05\18@200419 by phil B

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My favorite one is in Knuth's Volume 1, look up
recursion.

--- Philip Pemberton <EraseMEphilpemspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTdsl.pipex.com> wrote:
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2005\05\18@222634 by Jim Korman
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PicDude wrote:
> I was, but luckily I had my internal watch-dog timer running :-)
>
>
> On Wednesday 18 May 2005 12:47 pm, Spehro Pefhany scribbled:
>
>>And you were looking for relays! Thank goodness you didn't follow their
>>instructions, you would have been stuck forever in an infinite loop. ;-)
>
They are "Latching" relays........




2005\05\19@041249 by Alan B. Pearce

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>My favorite one is in Knuth's Volume 1, look up recursion.

Heh, on another mail list someone's sig line goes

"To understand recursion you first have to understand recursion". Haven't
seen Knuths volume, but assume he says something similar?

2005\05\19@043217 by Hulatt, Jon

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For more like that, see http://www.forum2.org/tal/books/injokes.html

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> Subject: Re: [OT] Mouser's latest catalog...
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> >My favorite one is in Knuth's Volume 1, look up recursion.
>
> Heh, on another mail list someone's sig line goes
>
> "To understand recursion you first have to understand
> recursion". Haven't seen Knuths volume, but assume he says
> something similar?
>
> -

2005\05\19@104558 by phil B

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Sigh... Brain Fade.  Its not Knuth (just checked it).
Not sure where I saw it now but in the index,
recursion had an entry that gave the page number that
had the index entry.  nerd humor at it highest...
Sorry, got my facts wrong.

Phil

--- "Alan B. Pearce" <TakeThisOuTA.B.PearceEraseMEspamspam_OUTrl.ac.uk> wrote:
> >My favorite one is in Knuth's Volume 1, look up
> recursion.
>
> Heh, on another mail list someone's sig line goes
>
> "To understand recursion you first have to
> understand recursion". Haven't
> seen Knuths volume, but assume he says something
> similar?
>
> --

2005\05\19@104626 by phil B

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Sigh... Brain Fade.  Its not Knuth (just checked it).
Not sure where I saw it now but in the index,
recursion had an entry that gave the page number that
had the index entry.  nerd humor at it highest...
Sorry, got my facts wrong.

Phil

--- "Alan B. Pearce" <RemoveMEA.B.PearcespamTakeThisOuTrl.ac.uk> wrote:
> >My favorite one is in Knuth's Volume 1, look up
> recursion.
>
> Heh, on another mail list someone's sig line goes
>
> "To understand recursion you first have to
> understand recursion". Haven't
> seen Knuths volume, but assume he says something
> similar?
>
> --

2005\05\19@131606 by Peter

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On Wed, 18 May 2005, Philip Pemberton wrote:

> Infinite Loop... (see Loops, Infinite)
>
> Loops...........
>  Infinite...... (see Infinite Loop)
>
>
> I guess the guys who wrote the manual had a sense of humour.

It's not the guys, it's the software than makes the indexes.

Peter

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