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This Raspberry looks a lot like the Arduino I have been using to produce an electronic product. Less than £20 and connects to the USB port of a computer for power and data. The software writing editor is available free on the internet, as are many examples and projects of code. The Raspberry goes a lot further, especially in connectivity terms. I shall be getting one as soon as RS or Farnell get them in stock.
You and I should use an endless stream of vowels and consonants to form the words we will use to effectively assemble a forceful tirade of well constructed sentences which will aid and assist us in our tireless struggle to virtually eliminate verbosity
, Thu Mar 01, 2012 2:53 pm
Yeah I remember writing a couple of simple programmes on my ZX81 I think the language I used was BASIC, the trouble was that the whole thing was such a shaky affair that you kept loosing everything you had done and then you only had 16k to play with. As I progressed to better machines and ready made programmes became easier to obtain. I forgot all ideas of becoming a programmer.
hi astwood pleased you had a good day..i cant believe how nice the weather is at the min...managed to plant loads of bulbs in the back garden and do a general tidy up and my son started to jet wash all the slabs today..