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JimboZA

..... are there a lot of Voice Recognition questions today. All in the same class at the same school?
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el_supremo

I think it was one guy replying to several old threads.
Would have been better if he had posted one new thread.

Pete

Henry_Best


..... are there a lot of Voice Recognition questions today. All in the same class at the same school?
Sorry. What did you say?  :smiley-mr-green:

JimboZA



..... are there a lot of Voice Recognition questions today. All in the same class at the same school?
Sorry. What did you say?  :smiley-mr-green:


WILL       IT      HELP      IF        I        SPEAK       SLOWLY     AND     E        NUN      CI     ATE        MY      WORDS?
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Henry_Best

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Jul 02, 2014, 07:35 am Last Edit: Jul 02, 2014, 07:38 am by Henry_Best Reason: 1



..... are there a lot of Voice Recognition questions today. All in the same class at the same school?
Sorry. What did you say?  :smiley-mr-green:


WILL       IT      HELP      IF        I        SPEAK       SLOWLY     AND     E        NUN      CI     ATE        MY      WORDS?
WHAT?? THE NUNS ATE YOUR WORMS!?!?

GoForSmoke

I AM CALLING FROM VWINDOWS, YOUR COMPUTER IS REPORTING A WIRUS.
Nick Gammon on multitasking Arduinos:
1) http://gammon.com.au/blink
2) http://gammon.com.au/serial
3) http://gammon.com.au/interrupts

Simpson_Jr





..... are there a lot of Voice Recognition questions today. All in the same class at the same school?
Sorry. What did you say?  :smiley-mr-green:


WILL       IT      HELP      IF        I        SPEAK       SLOWLY     AND     E        NUN      CI     ATE        MY      WORDS?
WHAT?? THE NUNS ATE YOUR WORMS!?!?


IF THE BUNS... ATE THEIR WORK... AGAIN, THAT WOULD EXPLAIN WHY WE'VE SEEN SO MANY VR-QUESTIONS LATELY ;)

Henry_Best


I AM CALLING FROM VWINDOWS, YOUR COMPUTER IS REPORTING A WIRUS.
I don't trust anyone who can't tell their wees from their wubbleyews!

AWOL



I AM CALLING FROM VWINDOWS, YOUR COMPUTER IS REPORTING A WIRUS.
I don't trust anyone who can't tell their wees from their wubbleyews!

That's being very unkind to the Elmer Fudds and Barry Kripkes of this world.
"Pete, it's a fool looks for logic in the chambers of the human heart." Ulysses Everett McGill.
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dannable

My favourite question is "I am designing a traffic light system..." as though it's a project they have set themselves.

It also shows how many people just ask a question without at least trying to use the Search facility.
Beginners guide to using the Seeedstudio SIM900 GPRS/GSM Shield

SirNickity

You never know!  I actually have a vintage traffic light that used to hang in my town.  (The un-hanging of that light is completely legit and has nothing to do with me.... to the best of my knowledge.)  My first circuit design was a 555 timer and decade counter to cycle the lights.  One of my first Arduino projects was to digitize that process.  To this day I haven't actually had the board made with relays to control the bulbs, but the LEDs lit up nicely.

Henry_Best


My favourite question is "I am designing a traffic light system..." as though it's a project they have set themselves.
They stop posting that at the end of term [semester]. We'll get a 6 week break shortly.
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It also shows how many people just ask a question without at least trying to use the Search facility.
The blink without delay example is the favourite for that.

JimboZA

The Kwipke Kwippler.... now THAT was a wobot.

(Ok, not so much a robot as an RC, but still.)
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Henry_Best


The Kwipke Kwippler.... now THAT was a wobot.

(Ok, not so much a robot as an RC, but still.)
The products sold by ACME Inc. are far better. Meep meep!

GoForSmoke



My favourite question is "I am designing a traffic light system..." as though it's a project they have set themselves.


I had heard that the Motorola 6800 was designed to run traffic signals.
Didn't they use redundant controllers and consensus actions? The racetrack betting machines I knew did a couple of coders for ran that way on 6800's. Those and 6502's are register-sparse but they have redeeming features. I would put a 1 MHz 6502 in almost the same class as a 4 MHz 8085 or Z80.

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They stop posting that at the end of term [semester]. We'll get a 6 week break shortly.
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It also shows how many people just ask a question without at least trying to use the Search facility.
The blink without delay example is the favourite for that.


But why save the time just finding the answers right there to read when, you can type a question that starts a process that may eventually lead you to the same point after hours to days or weeks. Which is easier?

However, when you don't know what you're looking for then how do you search for it or know when you see it?

Nick Gammon on multitasking Arduinos:
1) http://gammon.com.au/blink
2) http://gammon.com.au/serial
3) http://gammon.com.au/interrupts

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