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2000\09\19@225222 by Tony Nixon

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Hi all,

I've just written some I2C code for the 24LC256 chip which I have never
done before, and armed with a handful of new chips, I am just about to
test it.

I thought just for the sake of it, I will send out a free ROMzap PCB to
the person who guesses how many reprograms I have to do to get it
working. (Using ROMzap of course)

Probably best to send replies off list.

PS If anyone sends a '0' answer I will send the first ROMzap PCB I ever
made. It looks horrible and doesn't work ;-)

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2000\09\20@085555 by M. Adam Davis

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-Adam

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2000\09\20@103926 by James Paul

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Tony,

I'll guess four (4).  You'll have the initial program, then one to
test your modifications, one more to test the remaining
modifications, and the last to make everything pretty and finalized.
Therefore four.   Let me (us) know how we fared.

                                            Thanks and Regards,

                                                   Jim


On Tue, 19 September 2000, Tony Nixon wrote:

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2000\09\20@132849 by Quentin

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James Paul wrote:
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>  Tony,
>
>  I'll guess four (4).  You'll have the initial program, then one to
>  test your modifications, one more to test the remaining
>  modifications, and the last to make everything pretty and finalized.
>  Therefore four.   Let me (us) know how we fared.
Then I would say five (5) to make things pretty and final takes more
than one, as there is always something 'extra' you want to add.

Quentin

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2000\09\20@133258 by Severson, Rob

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Quentin [EraseMEqscspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTICON.CO.ZA]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 20, 2000 12:26 PM
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> James Paul wrote:
> >
> >  Tony,
> >
> >  I'll guess four (4).  You'll have the initial program, then one to
> >  test your modifications, one more to test the remaining
> >  modifications, and the last to make everything pretty and
> finalized.
> >  Therefore four.   Let me (us) know how we fared.
> Then I would say five (5) to make things pretty and final takes more
> than one, as there is always something 'extra' you want to add.

I'll take six (6). Crap. I think I deleted the source message. I wonder what
I'm taking 6 of.

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2000\09\20@142234 by Barry Gershenfeld

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>Then I would say five (5) to make things pretty and final takes more
>than one, as there is always something 'extra' you want to add.

Remember, he said "to work", not "to ship".

Still, someone has to guess 42.

If it's just for the sake, then a bottle of sake should be the prize.

Barry

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2000\09\20@175406 by Tony Nixon

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Barry Gershenfeld wrote:
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> >Then I would say five (5) to make things pretty and final takes more
> >than one, as there is always something 'extra' you want to add.
>
> Remember, he said "to work", not "to ship".
>
> Still, someone has to guess 42.
>
> If it's just for the sake, then a bottle of sake should be the prize.
>
> Barry
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Since 42 is the meaning of the Universe, then perhaps a
PanGalacticGargleBlaster or 2


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2000\09\20@210008 by Russell McMahon

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I've just written some I2C code for the 24LC256 chip which I have never
done before, and armed with a handful of new chips, I am just about to
test it.

I thought just for the sake of it, I will send out a free ROMzap PCB to
the person who guesses how many reprograms I have to do to get it
working. (Using ROMzap of course)

Probably best to send replies off list.

PS If anyone sends a '0' answer I will send the first ROMzap PCB I ever
made. It looks horrible and doesn't work ;-)




   0        :-)


                           RM

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2000\09\20@215110 by Barry Gershenfeld

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>> >Then I would say five (5) to make things pretty and final takes more
>> >than one, as there is always something 'extra' you want to add.
>>
>> Remember, he said "to work", not "to ship".
>>
>> Still, someone has to guess 42.
>>
>> If it's just for the sake, then a bottle of sake should be the prize.
>>
>> Barry
>>
>Since 42 is the meaning of the Universe, then perhaps a
>PanGalacticGargleBlaster or 2
>
>Tony
>

I think if you give it a cup of really hot tea, you may have
it up and running in the low number of tries the others have guessed.

Barry

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2000\09\21@035801 by Tsvetan Usunov

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> I've just written some I2C code for the 24LC256 chip which I have never
> done before, and armed with a handful of new chips, I am just about to
> test it.
>
> I thought just for the sake of it, I will send out a free ROMzap PCB to
> the person who guesses how many reprograms I have to do to get it
> working. (Using ROMzap of course)

Believe or not, but the code below works on 24LC65 and have been made with
single patch of Microchip's code for reading 12CExxx internal EEPROM.

Cheers
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