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From: Fred Bloggs
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Subject: Re: Digital circuit help needed
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Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2002 14:47:34 GMT
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John Fields wrote:
> More excuses.
> Get it right from the beginning and you won't have to worry about
> the wrong (you said it) bit pattern being supplied at all _or_
> beating up the Darlingtons.
> You're such an argumentative fake! On the one hand you claim that
> your approach is better because the relays are millisecond slow and
> then on the other you claim that mine is worse because of
> microseconds in the µC.
> Compared to the nanoseconds of skew introduced by the registers, the
> only constraint on simultaneity will be that imposed by the relays
> Sounds like you've finally gone over the edge. Might it be possible
> (once you sober up) to come back and try to clear up what the hell
> those last two sentences mean?
It's not my purpose to educate, persuade, or otherwise influence the
likes of you- if there's something you don't like then don't read my
posts, or go drop dead - it's all the same to me. You possess less
know-how than a voc-ed graduate newbie, and you're quite dull.
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