Proton BASIC Compiler - Life without NANDFlash


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  • Life without NANDFlash

    Life without Flash Technology...a cruel experiment?

    In 1987, Toshiba innovation brought us NAND Flash. From smartphones to digital cameras to solid state drives and cloud computing, NAND flash has enabled many milestones, and forever altered many of the devices that we use every day. Take a lighthearted look at what happens when its removed.


    Experiment 326


    Experiment 208


    Experiment 118


    Experiment 247


    and the conclusion:



    25 Years of NandFlas
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    fanie-643

    18F47K40 Port B issue

    Thread Starter: geoff_c

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    fanie Today, 01:07 Go to last post
    kuhrig-602

    ADC buffer into array or direct access as array?

    Thread Starter: kuhrig

    Hi, how can I access an internal 26 word ADC buffer as an array without addressing each single buffer into an array? Or can I somehow point an...

    kuhrig Yesterday, 17:49 Go to last post