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Coding Badly


Congratulations to the forum's first 30K member!

codlink

Let me guess, the name begins with Paul and ends in S?

I think you should ask for a raise.  You've been working too hard!
//LiNK

Jantje

Congrats Paul. XD
Or should I say: Get a life? ;-)

Best regards
Jantje
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robtillaart

Well done PaulS,

but I know you want to be the first one to go over 32767 to see if the counter is a signed or unsigned int ;)
Rob Tillaart

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Msquare

<tips his hat>

MichaelMeissner

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Jan 07, 2013, 07:14 pm Last Edit: Jan 07, 2013, 07:17 pm by MichaelMeissner Reason: 1
It just means Grumpy_Mike will have to post much faster.  8)  Lets see, the members with at least 10,000 posts are:










PaulS30,298
Grumpy_Mike23,182
AWOL16,650
CrossRoads14,002
leo7213,489
uwefed13,489
retrolefty13,031
Nick Gammon11,257


I'm somewhere around #134 with 825 posts.  It will take 175 more posts to get to the Edison level, and then it becomes much harder to get to Tesla....

liudr

Congrats Paul!

I've been stuck at the 5K range and slipping.

Boffin1

Yes, well done Paul

Another aspect to the numbers of posts,  is that all you guys up there with the thousands of posts, have been helping newbies like me,  whereas I am nearly at 1k posts, 95 % of which are " whats wrong with my sketch / thinking  " etc.

I will help a newbie where I can, in areas that I know about, but thats mainly general electronics.

So I think that when I get to 1000 posts, I should become a "uber newbie" status,  or something like that ?   

Although I do know more about micros than Edison ever did :-)

Thanks to all of you guys at the top for helping this old fart get into microprocessors at last !


retrolefty


Yes, well done Paul

Another aspect to the numbers of posts,  is that all you guys up there with the thousands of posts, have been helping newbies like me,  whereas I am nearly at 1k posts, 95 % of which are " whats wrong with my sketch / thinking  " etc.

I will help a newbie where I can, in areas that I know about, but thats mainly general electronics.

So I think that when I get to 1000 posts, I should become a "uber newbie" status,  or something like that ?   

Although I do know more about micros than Edison ever did :-)

Thanks to all of you guys at the top for helping this old fart get into microprocessors at last !



Your contributions have already been great. Where else would I have learned about being able to buy reversed polarity LEDs?  :D

Lefty

Jantje


Yes, well done Paul

Another aspect to the numbers of posts,  is that all you guys up there with the thousands of posts, have been helping newbies like me,  whereas I am nearly at 1k posts, 95 % of which are " whats wrong with my sketch / thinking  " etc.

I will help a newbie where I can, in areas that I know about, but thats mainly general electronics.

So I think that when I get to 1000 posts, I should become a "uber newbie" status,  or something like that ?   

Although I do know more about micros than Edison ever did :-)

Thanks to all of you guys at the top for helping this old fart get into microprocessors at last !



I appreciated many of your posts
So I feel I'm in good company in the nearly 1K group  XD
Best regards
Jantje
Do not PM me a question unless you are prepared to pay for consultancy.
Nederlandse sectie - http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/board,77.0.html -

Boffin1

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Where else would I have learned about being able to buy reversed polarity LEDs?  smiley-grin



I still have to test them before fitting them, it is so confusing,  perhaps I fear that some of them are " normal " :-)

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