Good one Dave, but you'll need to better this sort of review in future....
Don't be drinking when you read it....
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Dave wrote:The 8301 derives a 10MHz clock from the 15MHz by multiplying by three and dividing by two
Is that the right way round? 15*3/2 = 22.5, but 10*3/2 = 15.
- Fri Apr 13, 2018 6:15 pm
- Forum: Software & Programming
- Topic: C68Port - A (LONG!) proposal
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More progress. As of lunchine today, I have a working C system that emulates the SuperBASIC features of LOCal variables. Currently for floats, integers and strings only. It's tested and works fine. Next step is to figure out multi-dimensional arrays of float, integer and strings - but I have a f...
I suppose, it might be possible to document the entire process, online - on a blog for example - using dates and the emails to show the progress of the development of the program. A sort of "how we developed it" diary. Maybe get it publishrd in one of the many Open Source and/or Linux maga...
- Wed Apr 11, 2018 7:53 pm
- Forum: The Off-Topic Section
- Topic: Today I Received...
- Replies: 5
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Does this count? ;) It came in the post with a magazine. There was an actual hardware thingy, but it's in the basement office at the moment. I also got (another) free Raspberry Pi Zero W, with my other subscription. :D That's waiting for an micro SD card for the OS, also in the office. Cheers, Norm.
In the UK, we have a thing called Escrow. When I worked in a software house, all our code was registered with the National Computing Centre in Manchester so that if the company went under, our customers were secure in the knowledge that they could obtain the source code to make their own fixes/chang...
- Sun Apr 08, 2018 7:56 am
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: Centre for Computing History - Prototype QL Stuff
- Replies: 2
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Looks like new wiki user brendanalford has done the deed. http://qlwiki.qlforum.co.uk/doku.php?id ... _expansion