[rescue] Tektronix 4051 software?
jjhudak at gmail.com
Thu Jul 21 23:03:43 CDT 2016
yea, am fairly certain that an arduino could do the job. I am very familar
with arduino development environment, both at its C-like programming
language as well as assembler. I personally don't like the abstraction they
used both for hardware devices and the language interface.
I teach embedded systems programming at the college level - if anyone uses
an arduino for a project I automatically flunk them...and they know that
This isn't the place to rant about arduino...sorry about the flame....
On Thu, Jul 21, 2016 at 4:31 PM, Richard <legalize at xmission.com> wrote:
> In article <CAPFCoivyF0QCgY5=4HJO6ysZgAK-t9X4HCwjpQek=
> wFpQkNuzA at mail.gmail.com>,
> John Hudak <jjhudak at gmail.com> writes:
> > omg, an arduino as the answer to everything. lol
> > Yea, tell me the com specs and can dol out an fpga soln/ti430/raspberry
> > PI/name your favorite micro soln.
> > Arduino, only machine castrated by sw types...someone forgot to tell them
> > that there are byte and word ops that can actually set and clear bits
> of a
> > 8 or 16 bit value AT THE SAME TIME as opposed to one bit at a
> > time...sheese......
> > please forgive the rant....hit a nerve...
> I don't see any reason why you can't do what you suggest with arduino
> -- it's programmed with gcc and certainly if you need to dip into
> assembly that's even available.
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