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Andy Neil
09/02/05 07:15
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Basingstoke
Uk


 
#100457 - Oh well.
Responding to: Sushant D. Mayekar's previous message
There have been numerous threads on graphics, curve-fitting, extrapoation, etc (and loads of links to standard resorces);
There have also been numerous threads on interfacing the 8051 to printers (and loads of links to standard resorces).

http://www.8052.com/search.ph...rapolation
http://www.8052.com/search.ph...erpolation
http://www.8052.com/forum/read.phtml?id=48291
etc, etc, etc,...

Sushant D. Mayekar said:
... help me with the C routines not the "C Lib Functions". as I dont have enough space to accomodate the LIB FUNCTIONS in C. I

Without knowing what functions you require, how do you know that Library functions will be too big??

There is nothing about a Library function that inherently makes it any bigger than any other function.
In fact, a well-written, optimised Library function from an expert may well be smaller than your home-brew version.

List of 8 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
plotting a 2D graph with 8051 on printer      Sushant D. Mayekar      09/02/05 02:30      
   hey i searched ....      Sushant D. Mayekar      09/02/05 06:56      
      Oh well.      Andy Neil      09/02/05 07:15      
         thanks Andy      Sushant D. Mayekar      09/02/05 07:30      
      Pardon ?      Steve M. Taylor      09/02/05 07:40      
         Quite So!      Andy Neil      09/02/05 10:17      
            What used to be a priviledge, is now con      Erik Malund      09/02/05 10:46      
   plotting a 2D graph with 8051 on printer      Ian Forse      09/03/05 12:55      

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