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 Re: Dear oh dear dandy7223-Feb-20 2:50 dandy72 23-Feb-20 2:50
 Re: Dear oh dear H.Brydon23-Feb-20 14:50 H.Brydon 23-Feb-20 14:50
 Re: Dear oh dear Clumpco23-Feb-20 23:49 Clumpco 23-Feb-20 23:49
 Re: Dear oh dear FreedMalloc24-Feb-20 5:09 FreedMalloc 24-Feb-20 5:09
 Re: Dear oh dear Sander Rossel24-Feb-20 0:25 Sander Rossel 24-Feb-20 0:25
 Re: Dear oh dear phil.o24-Feb-20 6:09 phil.o 24-Feb-20 6:09
 Counting bus cycles and nanoseconds, part 2 CodeWraith23-Feb-20 0:49 CodeWraith 23-Feb-20 0:49
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanosecons, part 2 Daniel Pfeffer23-Feb-20 1:05 Daniel Pfeffer 23-Feb-20 1:05
 Just an untested idea: If you have a spare output pin and a spare input pin, you could connect them with RC (resistor + capacitor) circuit. When the output pin goes to 1, the voltage on the input should rise according to V * (1 - e-t/(R*C)). Check for when the input value changes. The number of cycles, R, C, and V should give you the answer. If you want a real McGyver solution: Take a piece of radioactive material with short half-life, place it on top of the memory, and use the processor to count the number of random bit flips induced per period of time. Knowing the half life, the rate of change in the number of bit flips will give you the length of the period of time, which (with the known number of cycles taken by the code) will give you the frequency. Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four. If that is granted, all else follows. -- 6079 Smith W.
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanosecons, part 2 0x01AA23-Feb-20 1:39 0x01AA 23-Feb-20 1:39
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanosecons, part 2 Daniel Pfeffer23-Feb-20 1:41 Daniel Pfeffer 23-Feb-20 1:41
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanosecons, part 2 0x01AA23-Feb-20 4:04 0x01AA 23-Feb-20 4:04
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanoseconds, part 2 CodeWraith23-Feb-20 1:40 CodeWraith 23-Feb-20 1:40
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanoseconds, part 2 Mircea Neacsu23-Feb-20 4:59 Mircea Neacsu 23-Feb-20 4:59
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanoseconds, part 2 CodeWraith23-Feb-20 6:06 CodeWraith 23-Feb-20 6:06
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanosecons, part 2 Nelek23-Feb-20 1:45 Nelek 23-Feb-20 1:45
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanosecons, part 2 honey the codewitch23-Feb-20 1:46 honey the codewitch 23-Feb-20 1:46
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanosecons, part 2 CodeWraith23-Feb-20 2:13 CodeWraith 23-Feb-20 2:13
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanosecons, part 2 honey the codewitch23-Feb-20 2:49 honey the codewitch 23-Feb-20 2:49
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanosecons, part 2 CodeWraith23-Feb-20 4:04 CodeWraith 23-Feb-20 4:04
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanosecons, part 2 honey the codewitch23-Feb-20 6:20 honey the codewitch 23-Feb-20 6:20
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanosecons, part 2 CodeWraith23-Feb-20 6:34 CodeWraith 23-Feb-20 6:34
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanosecons, part 2 honey the codewitch23-Feb-20 6:35 honey the codewitch 23-Feb-20 6:35
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanosecons, part 2 CodeWraith23-Feb-20 7:01 CodeWraith 23-Feb-20 7:01
 Re: Counting bus cycles and nanosecons, part 2 honey the codewitch23-Feb-20 7:23 honey the codewitch 23-Feb-20 7:23
 You never really know an algorithm like you do after you optimize it honey the codewitch22-Feb-20 21:56 honey the codewitch 22-Feb-20 21:56
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