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Erik Malund
02/23/13 06:29
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Mt Airy, Nc

#189448 - step by step
Responding to: Daniel Jenkins's previous message
I have NO programming experience, but I am wanting to learn.
first I commend you for a well formed description (are you really going 180mph?)

second with "NO programming experience" you need to forget your project initially and take a few baby steps.

DO NOT put the whole thing together and post "it does not work"

i would suggest

1) to learn about the tools and the basics load and understand 'blinky', make a few modifications
2) hook up your display and show e.g.345
3) make your display alternate betwwen 345 and 678
4) make the alternation happen on a pulse on an input
5) you should by now be close enough to decide next step

PS re your project: would two lines one showing actual pulses and the other showing desired pulses be a way

List of 19 messages in thread
Looking for direction - racing application      Daniel Jenkins      02/22/13 23:46      
   step by step      Erik Malund      02/23/13 06:29      
      First step...      Daniel Jenkins      02/23/13 11:20      
         well, you are new      Erik Malund      02/23/13 13:08      
         First, check number sizes and precisions       Jim Granville      02/23/13 15:51      
            Good catch on the clock accuracy.      Daniel Jenkins      02/24/13 01:10      
               Judging      J. Guy      02/25/13 11:17      
                  Judging      Daniel Jenkins      02/26/13 12:25      
                     Rethink your solution      J. Guy      02/27/13 11:04      
                        Not sure we're seeing eye to eye...      Daniel Jenkins      02/27/13 20:16      
                     think precision       Jim Granville      02/27/13 13:44      
                        Increasing accuarcy      Daniel Jenkins      02/27/13 20:28      
                           Precision still matters.      Jim Granville      02/28/13 02:17      
            Precision distance!      Oliver Sedlacek      02/28/13 05:09      
               Rulebook on timing      Daniel Jenkins      02/28/13 11:37      
                  They have a serious system      Jim Granville      02/28/13 13:09      
   very imprecise      Erik Malund      02/28/13 13:37      
      re:      Jacob Boyce      02/28/13 14:52      
         re: speed      Daniel Jenkins      02/28/13 16:45      

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