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Programming? Answered

Does anybody else on this website know how to program in SPIN?

Haven't seen much Propeller programming on this website...

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Quercus austrina

7 years ago

If you want to talk to one of the premier SPIN people, check out Nuts-n-Volts Magazine and it's column entitled SPIN Zone by Jon "jonnymac" Williams. He has his own section (brand new) on the Nuts-n-Volts/Servo message board. There are a few links there that will help you.

I am an analog type of person, so I cannot help other than pointing out others who can.

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blinkyblinkyQuercus austrina

Answer 7 years ago

I am actually a subscriber to Nuts and Volts magazine as well as Servo... I know who Mr. Williams is but wanted to know if anybody else knows how.

I'm kind of analog too but am not only analog.

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Quercus austrinablinkyblinky

Answer 7 years ago

Good to meet another member of the N&V / Servo family. Wish I could help you as it seems there really aren't any other SPIN fans out there. As far as I know it is BASIC on steriods times 8 (hubs/cogs). Just think on 8 plains of calculation / control at a time, with the ability to share between the hubs/cogs.

But you already knew that...

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