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mowcius

The 'infinite' loop of while(1) is broken if you have interrupts...  :-?

AWOL

If you disconnect the clock, the processor will halt.
I imagine blasting caps strapped to crystals are frowned upon in most jurisdictions?
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DigitalJohnson

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Or have the latch drive a servo attached to the chip that then yanks the processor out of it's socket?


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The servo should have a big capacitor to finish I guess


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I imagine blasting caps strapped to crystals are frowned upon in most jurisdictions?


This has to be one of the funniest posts I've read here yet. Had me laughing pretty hard. ;D ;D ;D

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DJ
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WizenedEE

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Jan 09, 2011, 09:59 am Last Edit: Jan 09, 2011, 09:59 pm by WizenedEE Reason: 1
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void dropHammer(){


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The 'infinite' loop of while(1) is broken if you have interrupts...  


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void shutdown() {
 for (i=0; i<18, i++){
   detatchInterrupt(i);
 }
 while (1){}
}

   

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