Konrad, could you please fix your address? Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2001 21:48:19 +0100 To: firstname.lastname@example.org From: Konrad =?iso-8859-1?Q?Bury=B3o?= <K.Burylo@elka.pw.edu.pl> Subject: Re: 1541 ROMs question /a little bit off- topic/ In-Reply-To: <000901c18713$705dac00$4e7c623e@fetecchia> References: <A5CD226B2C9DD51181DC0002A55CEEB883BC7E@wntsv151.abpnet.nl> At 16:56 01-12-17 +0100, you wrote: > > You can find this out by programming "one" (= nothing inserted) and > > measuring pin 24 and 20, IMHO the best candidates. > >The fact is that I have the ability of programming some of them, yes, but I >can't do these experiments with a voltmeter, surely the teachers will kill >me if I try to do that thing! When I was doing a GAL programmer I was able to come with a voltmeter and check voltage levels - here at University. I simply asked if I could do so... And it was Advantech's LabTool 48 - as expensive as HiLo All-11 and others ;-) >These universal programmers costs a lot of money... No ! They are cheap, but you have to write software for them ;-) A friend of mine has got a cool programmer, for which one can write it own programming algorithms - by the means of a built-in script language. And that programmer costs $300 (not $3000 ;-) ). Konrad Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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