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From: "Matt Foster"
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Subject: Re: RS232 newbie - in need of assistance!
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Date: Fri, 3 Jan 2003 15:40:32 -0000
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Don't get stroppy, it's not my fault blueyonder is rubbish. (My ISP)
When I said "No code" I meant i would need no code - because there is no
It's also not my fault that you're an electronics professional, I'm a 16
year old Computing student and I don't understand what you talk about
As we speak I am drawing a schematic which I am going to show people and
hope they can make it correct (I am sure it will be mostly wrong).
"PCS Electronics" wrote in
> "Matt Foster" wrote in message
> > I meant code on the PIC
> > The download failed (plus I need switches resistor's etc)
> You are not paying attention, are you.
> There is no PIC with parallel port, just wires, switches.
> With serial port you've got the same switches, resistors etc.
> Plus much of other stuff: Quote from another post:
> 1) the old fashioned way. Do it with brute force logic chips. You will
> spend ages on the design, have a huge PCB and have a large headache by
> the end of it.
> 2) Use a microcontroller. Check out my page @ alborowski.tk - goto
> 'electronics' , then read some of the quick guides I have written. You
> will have to invest a little time and money.
> Download failed? Whatever....
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