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I'm into cycling as well but I'm old-fashioned and therefore I think Strava is the devil's work No, seriously, I even had professional ambitions in my youth, but now I just enjoy riding without being addicted to measure and optimize every parameter there is.
Odd non-code based question "can anyone here (Mike, Griff et al.) recommend a web site that gives details of multilayer PCB, I need to refresh on the design principals before an interview. I just want to know when is the correct time to multilayer a board, my answer was going to be when the track width is such you can't fit any more on one layer. I'm guessing there is a better judged answer...
It depends, obviously you do not want sensitive front end circuitry to be bombarded with EMI (Electromagnetic Interference) so a multi layer board that includes a ground plane would provide EMI shielding. This is true in the reverse for circuits that emit a lot of noise such as power supplies or switching circuits.
It used to be a cost factor issue but over time this is generally no longer a large cost increase. 4 layer PCBs are very common even for simpler circuits.
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Only joking, I have just been presented with a very small issue, just wondering if those of you who like this sort of thing might be able to come up with an elegant solution, just for fun.
I have a field that has a text string in it.
The text string will probably contain an error code, but might not.
The error code, so far as I can tell, will be 2 letters followed by 6 numbers or 3 letters followed by 5 numbers.
The error code, so far as I can tell, will be at the start or the end of the text string.
I need to extract the error code (should it exist) into a new field and the rest of the string into another.
Typing the question has, I believe, shown me the way to proceed.
Bonus credit; I have to do it in xsl.
I shall do it as soon as Eclipse starts working again.
<m:StatusMessage xsi:type="xsd:string">Duplicate ContactReference supplied</m:StatusMessage>
<m:StatusMessage xsi:type="xsd:string">ss000073 Invalid value entered in PropertyRef tag</m:StatusMessage>
<m:StatusMessage xsi:type="xsd:string">Exchange Final reading cannot be less than the previous reading - xml00159</m:StatusMessage>
ps, don't you love it when companies apply no standards whatsoever to their work.
pps, if I'm honest I just wanted to complain about the lack of standards
ppps, I think it is due to developers who assume everything they create will be read by a human rather than by a computer
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