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kalberts19-May-20 15:48
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You have several times in this thread more or less insisted on relating to (7-bit) ASCII and floppy disks. Noone else her care about either of those. If they are your frame of reference, then refer your experience to them. I don't care to. And I don't think it the effort to explain why not will be justified.

I am not (and I guess there are a few others agreeing) are not demanding of you that you critically assess you choice of data formats and other solutions. You may go on as you please, with the formats that pleases you, with or without any critical evaluation. You are welcome.
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QuestionPlease come with suggestions for how I should version my registers? Pin
arnold_w13-May-20 1:50
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QuestionHow should I organize my shared h-files with register definitions? Pin
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QuestionSimple plain text "encryption" that is very easy to decrypt without specialty software? Pin
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