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Erik Malund
08/02/05 07:19
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Mt Airy, Nc

#98679 - I have a few, but
Responding to: Craig Steiner's previous message
I'd like to get people submitting solutions to a preliminary challenge
I may have a few, but some/most are derivative specific. For instance I have just reduced a "speedy loop" from 20k cycles to <10k, but that is using a derivative (f122) with a "high address for movx @Ri SFR (S0_EMI0CN)"

So, the question is; can derivative specific facts be included if explained in the text?

In the above case such an explanation would be "this code is for the SILabs f122 which, when movx @Ri is executed get the high byte of the address not from P2 as standard, but from the S0_EMI0CN SFR".

Another issue: There are C-illiterate and asm-illiterate members in the forum, should there be an asm question and a C question every time?


List of 39 messages in thread
Coding competition idea      Craig Steiner      08/01/05 09:26      
   YES!      Jan Waclawek      08/01/05 09:29      
      That would be      Craig Steiner      08/01/05 09:43      
   In progress      Craig Steiner      08/01/05 22:16      
      I have a few, but      Erik Malund      08/02/05 07:19      
         Last post      Steve M. Taylor      08/02/05 08:38      
            C-illiteracy      Jan Waclawek      08/02/05 09:09      
               C-illiterate (non) anonymous      Steve M. Taylor      08/02/05 09:56      
                  Where can I get it?      Ian Bell      08/06/05 08:55      
                     8051, AVR, (ARM ? ) and Rabbit      Steve M. Taylor      08/06/05 10:06      
                        Embedded Pascal et al      Ian Bell      08/07/05 10:20      
                           Modula      Steve M. Taylor      08/07/05 15:05      
         same thing here      Jon Ledbetter      08/02/05 09:06      
         <10k, ???      Jon Ledbetter      08/02/05 09:08      
            not a html tag proble      Erik Malund      08/02/05 14:49      
               Quote problem      Jon Ledbetter      08/02/05 15:12      
                  Escape sequence      Craig Steiner      08/02/05 15:30      
         Derivatives, languages, and voting      Craig Steiner      08/02/05 14:59      
         derivatives      Jan Waclawek      08/02/05 16:25      
            Derivatives      Steve M. Taylor      08/03/05 04:02      
               this is it!      Jan Waclawek      08/03/05 05:50      
                  I can't      Erik Malund      08/03/05 06:51      
               Issues with C challenges      Craig Steiner      08/03/05 06:55      
                  an example      Erik Malund      08/03/05 07:00      
                     I was wrong on both points      Erik Malund      08/03/05 07:13      
                        answer      Jacob Boyce      08/03/05 12:39      
                           actually I do not because ...      Erik Malund      08/03/05 13:20      
                     puzzle?      Jan Waclawek      08/03/05 07:25      
                        Wondering same thhong      Craig Steiner      08/03/05 08:04      
                           1) no it is not the weekly puzzle, that      Erik Malund      08/03/05 11:20      
                              depends on usage      Jan Waclawek      08/03/05 11:40      
                                 yes, but not forever      Erik Malund      08/03/05 12:04      
                                    wait forever      Jan Waclawek      08/03/05 16:09      
                                       Behave people.      Steve M. Taylor      08/03/05 16:15      
                                          That's the good thing      Craig Steiner      08/03/05 17:58      
                     C challenges      Craig Steiner      08/03/05 08:06      
                     Hardware problems      Craig Steiner      08/03/05 14:39      
                  the answer is what gets "marked"      Jan Waclawek      08/03/05 07:22      
                  Null points...      Donald Catto      08/03/05 10:49      

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