Re: Moon on a stick
Try be a bit more specific about what your trying to achieve, you've
obviously got some sort of embedded system, but xp programs are you
trying to run on it?
Write back with the apps, function, and hardware specifications...
- Re: Moon on a stick
... On 02/03/2010 05:27, allsey87 wrote: ... obviously got some sort of embedded system, ... Write back with the apps, function, and hardware specifications... ...
- Re: Software Reuse In Embedded code
... there are lots of companies providing reliable hardware. ... Sort() is sort ... I've seen file sizes reported in a Windows Explorer window ... similar, the design constraints similar, the personnel similar, etc. ...
- Re: Troolean operators
... I'm a scientist, a field commander of a sort, under cover, deep cover, ... It must be nice I suppose, to be strapped into an X-15 though, being ... just don't need the hardware, to get from a to b in that regard. ... is to fly the DeLorean in mindspace, I will fly the DeLorean any day of ...
- Re: hardware errors, do C and Forth need different things in hardware?
... need or want the sort of complications that this code avoids. ... It's an endless loop that's obviously ... either in software or hardware. ... If it confuses solutions for bugs it will introduce REAL bugs. ...
- Re: Password cracking and webmail.
... since Jim Watt has bailed on any sort of technical description (it ... >>Most webmail apps are written with PHP or ASP. ... >>3) Good web mail apps will lockout an account or an IP address if too many ...