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1999\10\22@144350 by Martin McCormick

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       I think I am beginning to figure out how to persuade lynx to
get to the data sheets on Microchip's web site.  I thought for a long
time that it wouldn't download them at all without having an exact
link, but I discovered that clicking on or selecting a link actually
does do something, it is just not obvious at first.  It is necessary
to get through the links back to the home page first and then one
starts getting the desired link.  Now for the latest twist.

       I wanted to look at the data sheets for the 12Cxx devices and
I found 40139e.pdf.  This appears to be a data sheet for several of
the 12Cxx family.  It also appears that it is a bit-mapped picture of
a printed page and has no intelligence (ASCII) at all.  Other data
sheets for the 16F84 and 17C43 did produce searchable text with no
problem.

       Am I just getting the wrong document or is there some reason
why the 12Cxx literature does not decode to ASCII?

Martin McCormick

1999\10\22@145355 by John C. Frenzel

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>         I wanted to look at the data sheets for the 12Cxx devices and
> I found 40139e.pdf.  This appears to be a data sheet for several of
> the 12Cxx family.  It also appears that it is a bit-mapped picture of
> a printed page and has no intelligence (ASCII) at all

Martin,
You know that you are looking at a PDF document.  PDF is not ASCII.   Get a
PDF viewer for free at http://www.adobe.com
John


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1999\10\22@194745 by Mark Willis

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John C. Frenzel wrote:
>
> >         I wanted to look at the data sheets for the 12Cxx devices and
> > I found 40139e.pdf.  This appears to be a data sheet for several of
> > the 12Cxx family.  It also appears that it is a bit-mapped picture of
> > a printed page and has no intelligence (ASCII) at all
>
> Martin,
> You know that you are looking at a PDF document.  PDF is not ASCII.   Get a
> PDF viewer for free at http://www.adobe.com
> John

Good idea, but Lynx is typically a Unix/Linux/Dos, Command Line
Interface, character-based app, John;  I've been talking to Martin
off-list & there's good reason for his request for info, he's handled
now though, someone helped him <G>

 Mark

1999\10\25@090338 by Sean Breheny

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Hi Martin,

You aren't trying to download the PDF files,are you? AFAIK, the docs on the
web site are almost all in PDF format,which will not directly decode to
ASCII, you would need some kind of other software to turn it into an ASCII
file. (I appologize if you already know this and I misunderstand your
question)

In addition, there seems to be (at least, as of a few months ago - it still
happens to me) a consensus that the large tables on the Mchip pages cause
long delays (several seconds) between when the page is actually loaded and
when it gets displayed. I am using Netscape 4.xx, perhaps that happens in
Lynx,too, OR it somehow confuses Lynx?

Sean

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