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Craig Steiner
10/14/05 13:54
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#102434 - Don't remember
Responding to: Erik Malund's previous message
Erik Malund said:
not your decision, last this was brought up Craig decided that the 251, the Xa and the 166 were off topic.


I don't remember the last time this was brought up, but I'd say if we're discussing 8051 assembly language source code, it's a valid discussion. If it were source code that's not compatible with the 8051, it'd be off-topic. This thread is kind of vague as to whether or not it's off-topic because there has been no source code shared. So we're looking at an interesting project that might be 8051-based, even if it's being executed on a strange choice of processor.

My thought is that a DOS program is a DOS program even if you run it in a Windows shell. An 8051 program is an 8051 program even if you run it on something other than an 8051.

In either case, the thread has since been moved to the "Chat forum" which means it really doesn't matter if it's on-topic or not.

Regards,
Craig Steiner
8052.com Webmaster


List of 17 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
80C251 Remote Controlled Lawn Mower      Randy Memtz      10/13/05 10:22      
   wrong forum      Erik Malund      10/13/05 10:31      
      Right Forum      Randy Memtz      10/13/05 10:54      
         than what      Erik Malund      10/13/05 11:35      
         use of microcontroller      Patrick De Groote      10/13/05 16:20      
            Why the use of a microcontroller?      Randy Memtz      10/13/05 17:50      
      Right Forum - Been through this      Phillip M Gallo      10/13/05 17:14      
         but it is not      Erik Malund      10/14/05 06:34      
            8051 variant      Phillip M Gallo      10/14/05 12:06      
               The XA has "compatibilty mode" and will      Erik Malund      10/14/05 13:05      
            8051 variant      Phillip M Gallo      10/14/05 13:14      
               not your decision      Erik Malund      10/14/05 13:20      
                  Don't remember      Craig Steiner      10/14/05 13:54      
   Pics and mpegs?      Craig Steiner      10/13/05 11:11      
      MPGs and PICs      Randy Memtz      10/13/05 18:00      
   robotics?      Jan Waclawek      10/13/05 11:38      
   next project      Erik Malund      10/13/05 14:16      

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