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Richard Erlacher
01/17/12 19:25
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Denver, Co
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#185546 - It's all in what you think you see.
Responding to: Per Westermark's previous message
Just to be clear, the Original Poster, Alex Volk, wrote,
Alex Volk said:
Hello!

Im looking for simple schematic of programmer for w78e501/516/509, etc chips.
Unfortunatelly I dont have LPT, but only USB ports.

PS: and plz, keep out with moral advices to use other mcu.


He didn't indicate what his purpose was, so we can't assume anything.

I disagree as to your interpretation of that final sentence. I believe, as I previously stated, that he'd already seen lots of exhortation to do other than what an O/P wanted, and to do something entirely different, e.g. use serial I/O instead of parallel, use a different MCU, write the code in HLL rather than ASM, etc.

What I think I see is a plea for help in finding a schematic of a programmer for the MCU he's using. He doesn't ask for recommendations of any sort, and, in fact, he begs us not inundate him with recommendations to do/use something he doesn't want, as this group often does. Apparently he's already aware of that tendency, which suggests he's not unaware of the forum history.

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List of 19 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Schematic of programmer for Nuvoton/Winbond      Alex Volk      01/14/12 05:21      
   Obsolete?      Andy Neil      01/14/12 06:15      
   And practical?        Per Westermark      01/14/12 07:24      
      Here we go again ...        Richard Erlacher      01/14/12 10:12      
         And there you go again!      Andy Neil      01/14/12 11:23      
            misguided or not ... wouldn't it be more effective ...      Richard Erlacher      01/14/12 16:16      
         we all know that ...        Erik Malund      01/14/12 16:15      
            Yes, it's just rope ... and it's HIS choice ...      Richard Erlacher      01/14/12 16:17      
         Confusing the issue      Per Westermark      01/14/12 21:58      
            You're quite right ... it's that last sentence      Richard Erlacher      01/16/12 09:21      
               Don't confuse recommendations with "don't do"        Per Westermark      01/16/12 23:05      
                  It's all in what you think you see.      Richard Erlacher      01/17/12 19:25      
      USB?      Neil Kurzman      01/16/12 23:28      
   It's a public discussion forum      Andy Neil      01/14/12 07:51      
      you ask about making a programmer      Erik Malund      01/14/12 08:52      
   1,2      Stefan KAnev      01/15/12 13:02      
   News Posting        Michael Karas      01/17/12 01:57      
      Now this is an appropriate response!      Richard Erlacher      01/17/12 19:28      
   Nuvoton Web links?      Jim Granville      02/15/12 03:49      

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