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Grumpy_Mike



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So this is how it works.


That's the 1st order approximation. Works well for just lighting up a led.


I was under the assumption from what you said in another thread that you considerd an approximation to be a lie.

Boffin1

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Jan 11, 2013, 06:14 pm Last Edit: Jan 11, 2013, 08:10 pm by Boffin1 Reason: 1
@  G Mike    I think for some reason beyond my comprehension, there are a couple of guys ( not including  PapaG ) trying to wind us up, while confusing the newbies with all their nitpicking.

Its a shame that every bit of help we try to give the newbies is torn apart.

I will no longer replying or responding to any more of their commments , its a waste of typing :-)
With my mobile phone I can call people and talk to them -  how smart can you get ?

Papa G


@  G Mike    I think for some reason beyond my comprehension, there are a couple of guys ( not including  PapaG ) trying to wind us up, while confusing the newbies with all their nitpicking.

Its a shame that every bit of help we try to give the newbies is torn apart.

I will no longer replying or responding to any more of their commments , its a waste of typing :-)


Thanks for the clarification.  :)

Hippynerd


@  G Mike    I think for some reason beyond my comprehension, there are a couple of guys ( not including  PapaG ) trying to wind us up, while confusing the newbies with all their nitpicking.

Its a shame that every bit of help we try to give the newbies is torn apart.

I will no longer replying or responding to any more of their commments , its a waste of typing :-)


LOL. Get over yourself already.
I've seen you post good content before, so I hope you change your mind, but stick to the good content, rather than the drama.
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