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'[OT] PIC32 RPN calculator (was: Which PIC? 16F, 18'
2008\12\05@212201 by Michael Algernon

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> On Dec 5, 2008, at 3:38 PM, Olin Lathrop wrote:
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> solarwind wrote:
>> Ok, so waking the CPU from sleep to resume execution seems a bit
>> complex. And is it just me or does the PIC32 consume MORE power in
>> sleep mode than using the LPRC (31 KHz) according to the datasheet?
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> Proper technique of replying in line and trimming have now been  
> pointed out
> to you abundantly.  Continuing not to do this is now clearly  
> deliberate.
>
> No more help here
( from Olin )
> until you learn some respect for those trying to help you
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