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Madis731



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Hi,
EDIT: All the obsolete descriptions removed and now there's a document...


Description: The BETA program+source in a 7-Zip packed file dated Dec 19th @ 22:10 +0200 GMT
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Filename: Electro-20071219.7z
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Description: Documentation (Electro)
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Filename: ElectroDoc.pdf
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Description: The test program+source in a 7-Zip packed file dated Mar 23rd @ 15:58 +0200 GMT
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Filename: Electro-20060323-03.7z
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Post 10 Feb 2006, 14:54
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gunblade



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Nice idea, funnily enough I had orcad in the background as I read your post. (Doing an Electronic and Software Engineering course in university). I'd love to help out but I'm much too busy, and already dont study enough Wink. Although if you do need some general help with the logic, or pieces of code, feel free to PM me.

Keep up the good work, and good luck Rolling Eyes
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Motive:
The reason why I did it was because the only (free?) software we had in school was some Java-based program. You needed to make batch files and whatnot to only make it run just to see it crash from time to time. I don't think that my program will be better Very Happy, but at least its my OWN and its a heck faster than Java can ever be. I'm not speaking about the Virtual Machine 1.4x constant, but the structures used...even C++ is 10 times faster. I thought - why not prove myself its possible even in ASM Very Happy

EDIT: Updated the package Smile
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wow ... i was working on electrocad for menuetos .... if you let me, i'll try to use some pieces of your code into mines ... Wink ... good job!

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Post 15 Feb 2006, 18:14
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Madis731



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Go ahead - it is for sole purpose of learning. No matter if it is someone on the FASM boards, youngsters at my school Very Happy or some guy/g'al from the street... Wink take my source and make it better - share it and we'll all learn again!

Updated once again...
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edfed



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can you send this file in .zip because power archiver can't unzip this

and if you want to make electronics, the best way is the iron and the real components

but i want to see your work because i want to make an os only for instrumentation and electronic analisys

like labview in better
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BTW, 7-Zip, WinRar and other sophisticated archivers can pack and unpack 7zip format. Also updated my first post...

P.S. The best way to do electronics is:
A) Planning, planning, planning, ...
B) a little more planning and then soldering

If you are only ironing: you need a lot of lead and components to test...and TIME. Virtually it gets done quicker. Believe me I've tried. The only other way without soldering is modular design, like this:
http://enos.itcollege.ee/~mkalme/PAHN/Pics/Chip.jpg
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ATV



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Madis, Have you tested LogicLab. It is written with XPL0 language with sources.

http://www.idcomm.com/personal/lorenblaney/#UTILITIES
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[quote=LogicLab]Windows-like GUI runs under DOS, Win3.1, 95, 98, and XP (even with nVidia), but not WinNT nor 2000[/quote]
Strange that mine works fine under 2K - I bet it works under NT also Wink

Nice program. Let's say my goal is to get something like this Smile

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experience replace planing
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Madis731 wrote:
Strange that mine works fine under 2K - I bet it works under NT also Wink

Nice program. Let's say my goal is to get something like this Smile

Please if you do so, add 'scrolling', because I kinda miss it in LogicLab
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Scrolling as in scrollbars? Like when forum topic has too many posts Very Happy - sure I'll think about it...
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do you use the bits or the bytes to calculate the differents states in the doors?
can you add a function to choose the door type with right click
and can you make a switch module to drive the doors with a led module to show the states
and a function to well refresh the window
under win98 it bugs a lot
thank you and good work
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I've developed it solely on the W2K platform. But I'll try to renew it somehow. Until then try my latest that I uploaded.

EDIT:
Okay - big changes - changed to W2K3 and soon to 64-bit if it seems necessary (I'm running out of registers...). The project is being refreshed, ALL the look, the feel, the code organization and design, functionality of course, new plans are set etc. I can't remember all.

Documentation - I thought - was better than cluttering the board so... lets see what people think.
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bump up
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There is better software available online and for free:
http://www.falstad.com/circuit/
http://www.cburch.com/logisim/

Discontinued!

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Madis731 wrote:
There is better software available online and for free:
http://www.falstad.com/circuit/
http://www.cburch.com/logisim/

Discontinued!


java ... lol

there is "xfig" and "pcb" on linux written in C, mostly good, they would need a stable rewrite from scratch though.

Free electronic simulator but not opensource: LTspice IV (SwitcherCAD)

for vectorgraphic editing you can use "scribus"
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