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2007\01\21@055916 by haldemir55

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1000 people read but no body can answer me. This forum is
useless........................

Please delete my subscribtion and stop sending mail

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2007\01\21@061928 by Dario Greggio

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haldemir55 wrote:
> 1000 people read but no body can answer me. This forum is
> useless........................

Hi Haldemir, many people did answer, IIRC...
but funniest thing is that "forum" and "piclist" are 2 different things!!

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2007\01\21@064059 by Yigit Turgut

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> 1000 people read but no body can answer me. This forum is
> useless........................
>
> Please delete my subscribtion and stop sending mail

How do you know how many people read this

2007\01\21@065635 by Jinx

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> 1000 people read but no body can answer me. This forum is
> useless........................

I take that as a very personal insult. You've never answered anyone
else's question - does that make you equally useless ? (no assistance
required with that question). There are many people here who go out
of their way to help. I have no experience with C - what am I
supposed to do for you ? I've no idea whether AN696 works or not
but it looks pretty comprehensive.What have you done for yourself
in the 6 weeks since you asked the question ? Have you tried your
own suggestions ?

> Please delete my subscribtion and stop sending mail

How about you delete your own subscribtion. Read this below ?

2007\01\21@080359 by Picbits Sales

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I have searched through old posts on the Piclist using the search engine
(http://www.piclist.com) and this is the only post I've ever found of yours.

Are you sure this problem with the lack of replies isn't down to your own
personal failure to subscribe or post to the list properly ?

I cannot find your original question on the Piclist - only Nabble (whatever
that is !!!)

Dom
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2007\01\21@093216 by olin piclist

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haldemir55 wrote:
> 1000 people read but no body can answer me. This forum is
> useless........................

First, you are not owed a answer.  If you write a clear question that shows
you're will to do the work to solve the problem, you will usually get help.
The more you make it work for people to help you or just demand a answer,
the less likely you are to get one.  Making work for or annoying those whom
you seek help from includes broken english, bad formatting, cutesy
abbreviations like you are texting from a cell phone, whining about the
problem, blaming others, not reading the data sheet first, etc.

Second, you seem to be confusing the Microchip forums and the PIClist.  They
are totally different.  I generally only answer technical questions on the
forums.  I did see your posts, but for various reasons (see above) answering
them looked like too much hassle for too little gain, so I went on to others
that know how to ask comprehensible questions and aren't expecting me to
look up a app note.

> Please delete my subscribtion and stop sending mail

This comment just confirms what I suspected on reading your original posts,
which is that trying help you would be too much trouble for too little
return.  The Microchip forums and the PIClist each have their own different
signup procedure, both at different sites.  How it is possible to confuse
the two is totally beyond me, but in either case both have a mechanism for
unsubscribing or otherwise preventing any further email to be sent to you.
This is the default for the Microchip forums, so if you are getting mail
from them you must have deliberately enabled it, making it hard to
understand how you wouldn't know how to disable it.  The PIClist has a web
interface control which you must have been in to set things up at one time.
Even if not, this is spelled out in the FAQ you must have received.

If you have such a basic problem with something as simple as a email list
and a web forum, it's hard to imagine any amount of online help will ever
get you into microcontrollers, especially since it appears you don't read
documentation.


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2007\01\21@104432 by Vasile Surducan

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On 12/2/06, haldemir55 <spam_OUTtrt.hakan.aldemirTakeThisOuTspamgmail.com> wrote:
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> I realise An696 application on microchip site but I want to modify this
> project for controlling 4 independent motor.

Your ask is presuming that all people here will read AN696. Believe me
they don't.
However I read it just for curiosity, right now.

> Is it possible or how can I do.

In the spirit of AN696 hardware it's  possible only if you have a PIC
with four CCP modules (you need 4 hardware PWM outputs) and of course
four incremental encoders, one for every motor.


I look the c source code M doesnt used as an
> input instruction. Is it possible to use M1 for module 1, M2 for module 2 so
> on. For example when I enter M1 instruction before command only module 1 do
> the command.

I haven't patience to read the code, sorry, but I'm sure others will do.

greetings,
Vasile

2007\01\21@111046 by Dan Smith

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On 1/21/07, haldemir55 <.....trt.hakan.aldemirKILLspamspam@spam@gmail.com> wrote:
> Please delete my subscribtion and stop sending mail

I have unsubscribed haldemir55 from the Piclist just as he requested.

Dan

2007\01\21@112527 by Vasile Surducan

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On 1/21/07, Dan Smith <galoophspamKILLspamgmail.com> wrote:
> On 1/21/07, haldemir55 <.....trt.hakan.aldemirKILLspamspam.....gmail.com> wrote:
> > Please delete my subscribtion and stop sending mail
>
> I have unsubscribed haldemir55 from the Piclist just as he requested.

It's not very nice from you, because every one deserve the second chance.
Some day you'll need help, you'll don't get it, you'll be angry and
ask to be unsubscribed from some group which didn't respond you and
then you'll regret...

think about it in your spare time,
Vasile

2007\01\21@145413 by D. Jay Newman

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> On 1/21/07, Dan Smith <EraseMEgaloophspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTgmail.com> wrote:
> > On 1/21/07, haldemir55 <trt.hakan.aldemirspamspam_OUTgmail.com> wrote:
> > > Please delete my subscribtion and stop sending mail
> >
> > I have unsubscribed haldemir55 from the Piclist just as he requested.
>
> It's not very nice from you, because every one deserve the second chance.
> Some day you'll need help, you'll don't get it, you'll be angry and
> ask to be unsubscribed from some group which didn't respond you and
> then you'll regret...

Haldemir55 *demanded* to be unsubsribed. He can always resubscribe if
he wants.
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2007\01\21@181525 by Xiaofan Chen

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On 1/21/07, Olin Lathrop <KILLspamolin_piclistKILLspamspamembedinc.com> wrote:
> haldemir55 wrote:
> > 1000 people read but no body can answer me. This forum is
> > useless........................
>
> Second, you seem to be confusing the Microchip forums and the PIClist.

I think he mentioned "this forum" because he is using Nabble which
does use a web interface.
>"View this message in context:
www.nabble.com/an696-tf2743840.html#a7655708
>Sent from the PIC - [PIC] mailing list archive at Nabble.com."

Last time we had a discussion on Nabble and I did not like to allow
user to post from Nabble.com to PIClist at all and some others had
the same opinion. However James thought it was okay...

In general, people posting from Nabble will not know the rules of PIClist
and they do not have a sense of belonging for PIClist.

Regards,
Xiaofan

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