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  • #16
    . . . and let's not forget about variables which are NOT global . . .
    Programming in " C " is like living with your English teacher

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    • #17
      @Joe S,

      Please elaborate for me how "programming in C is like living with your English teacher?"
      I ask this after spending a Sunday afternoon trying to brush up on my C, and wondering how this language ever became the standard.

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      • #18
        Maybe because it does not rely on the hardware. So, you have your functions for sorting, averaging, keyborad reading, Wiegand decodong or others and you don't care if you import them in a PIC ore AVR or any other controller.

        Also not having global variables may seem to be a problem, but is an advantage really.

        Ioannis

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        • #19
          @Ioannis,

          I believe you're correct about the global variables thing.

          Back to the earlier discussion, I'd still like to see Melabs get some of these updates they are mentioning out in the next couple of months.

          Jon

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          • #20
            ... I'd still like to see Melabs get some of these updates they are mentioning out in the next couple of months.
            I'd like that more than anyone!
            Charles Leo
            ME Labs, Inc.
            http://melabs.com

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            • #21

              Much appreciated!

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