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From: "Matt Foster"
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Subject: Re: RS232 newbie - in need of assistance!
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Date: Sat, 4 Jan 2003 23:00:46 -0000
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You win :)
Now, pedantic (j/k) switch placements aside, can you see anything else
"Frank Bemelman" wrote in message
> "Matt Foster" schreef in bericht
> > It will still work if leave it like this, won't it?
> > Not that I don't believe you, but everyone says different and I keep
> > changing it back and forward, I was happy in my head with this one - but
> > am obviosuly willing to change it if it ain't gonna work like this!!
> It will work, but you shouldn't listen to everyone, except me ;)
> Pullup resistors are more common. Switches connected to the +5V are
> considered as 'funny' and raise eyebrows.
> You can also google for 'pullup resistors' and 'pulldown resistors'
> and compare the counts.
> Frank Bemelman
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