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I suppose any other CD-burner would do the job too
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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Every spring (before the outside really warms) and ever autumn (when the outside starts to chill) we get the little visitor. They're just looking for food.
And that's the key to it all - don't leave anything around for them to eat and they'll eventually stop looking. You really should, however, tolerate an ant our two - it's there world too. If you don't give them reason to return they'll not come by often.
You can't get rid of them, but you can try to control them. Ants send out scouts for food and leave a pheromone trail for the others to follow. Get several small lids or bottle caps and place honey in them. Place them around outside your house. Clean the kitchen with a strong detergent to get rid of the pheromone trails and any food that may be lying around. Keep from having food lying around and that includes pet food if at all possible.
"When you are dead, you won't even know that you are dead. It's a pain only felt by others; same thing when you are stupid."
Ignorant - An individual without knowledge, but is willing to learn. Stupid - An individual without knowledge and is incapable of learning. Idiot - An individual without knowledge and allows social media to do the thinking for them.
Garlic? That's an allium, like onions are, and they are toxic to cats (and dogs).
No, he's a picky eater, he goes off "brand X" after a couple of weeks, so we switch him to "brand Y", then "brand Z", and so on (all of which he likes to eat) and he sulks because he doesn't like change either ...
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I use the rules I've used for 50+ years - I manage to complete the Telegraph, FT and others on a daily basis - Greg has a strange methodology where even the definition is cryptic so you have to solve it in multiple parts - nothing wrong with that but it is unconventional
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I am thinking of FPGA for an algorithm of mine, but lack of any experience with FPGAs.
The activity is number crunching, no fancy IO or A/D conversion.
I send a very large number, it crunch, and I get answer as a single number. One can think of it as integer factorization.
Crunching is made of large additions, subtractions, shift operations (*2 and /2), increments/decrements and logical operation and bits testing, and storage in local memory.
May be an embedded ARM processor to handle communication and data conversion.
Algorithm can be adapted for treading.
It is for hobby, so no real budget.
What hardware/software would you recommend ?
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