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'[PIC]:Hamming codes'
2002\02\02@233713 by James Newton, webmaster

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Don't drop the code just because PICs aren't fast enough! Switch
to an SX at 100 MIPS (not MHz, MIPS). You can still code in
MPASM. See
http://www.sxlist.com for more.


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2002\02\03@182443 by Roman Black

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James Newton, webmaster wrote:
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> source=
> http://www.piclist.com/postbot.asp?id=piclist\2002\01\31\235015a
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> Don't drop the code just because PICs aren't fast enough! Switch
> to an SX at 100 MIPS (not MHz, MIPS). You can still code in
> MPASM. See
> http://www.sxlist.com for more.


Wow! Are they 100 MIPS now? Impressive! Now
I just need 100 MIPS with internal RC osc. ;o)
-Roman

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2002\02\03@184029 by David VanHorn

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At 10:16 AM 2/4/02 +1100, Roman Black wrote:
>James Newton, webmaster wrote:
> >
> > source=
> > www.piclist.com/postbot.asp?id=piclist\2002\01\31\235015a
> >
> > Don't drop the code just because PICs aren't fast enough! Switch
> > to an SX at 100 MIPS (not MHz, MIPS). You can still code in
> > MPASM. See
> > http://www.sxlist.com for more.
>
>
>Wow! Are they 100 MIPS now? Impressive! Now
>I just need 100 MIPS with internal RC osc. ;o)
>-Roman

The limiting case of RISC, is infinite MIPS, with one 'NOP' instruction.

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2002\02\03@225237 by Aaron Lahman

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David VanHorn wrote:
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> At 10:16 AM 2/4/02 +1100, Roman Black wrote:
> >James Newton, webmaster wrote:
> > >
> > > source=
> > > www.piclist.com/postbot.asp?id=piclist\2002\01\31\235015a
> > >
> > > Don't drop the code just because PICs aren't fast enough! Switch
> > > to an SX at 100 MIPS (not MHz, MIPS). You can still code in
> > > MPASM. See
> > > http://www.sxlist.com for more.
> >
> >
> >Wow! Are they 100 MIPS now? Impressive! Now
> >I just need 100 MIPS with internal RC osc. ;o)
> >-Roman
>
> The limiting case of RISC, is infinite MIPS, with one 'NOP' instruction.
>

My friend has a cat that does that I think.  :)

^.^ -meow

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2002\02\04@233749 by James Kelley

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James,

           It's with GREAT DISMAY that I found out today that I was
dismissed from the PICLIST by your friend Dale Botkin. I have not done
anything to anyone to be treated in such a fashion. I'm not in any way
related to any terrorist organization. It's truely unbelievable that such
sickness exists in the backroads of society. Please remove me from the
PICLIST for good. How people can single out anyone for NO JUST REASON is
beyond my comprehension. What a sad statement on society when someone who
has done nothing can be removed from the list for no just reason.

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