work until it is reactivated.
This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: TACHYON_Once_Asked_Questions, MB Unit quantity, How to set? The pin numbers to connect to I2C RTC, BACKUP this word stores current image in hub to the EPROM (not just clear, upper or lower 32K) Maybe different, please verify FIXIT, &18.104.22.168 WIZPINS ( P8 ) place a long onto stack and say "WIZPINS". For convenience, the pin numbers of the card SPI interface are written in "IP-Address format" Format decriptor: & &CS . ISO . MOSI . SCK These explicit pin number apply to Peters IoT-Bord, FOPEN$ opens now existing file, FOPEN$ Return Flag, true if file exist, The pin numbers to connect to I2C RTC $DE SETRTC, The pin numbers to connect a SD-Card &22.214.171.124 SDPINS ( P8 ), A window pops up showing memory usage AND a window showing colde in HEX (if not: select button to show HEX) Now you can save a binary to a file on your computer and this file later can be opened and downloaded to the Propeller., file name on stack (pointer to string) say FOPEN$, How to set? The pin numbers to connect a SD-Card, $DE SETRTC $DE is a 12 bit address in HEX, say SETRTC to bind the chip (e.g. MCP79410) to the procedure. (TACHYON timer updated at boot and nightly to compensate for crystal tolerances, How to set? The pin numbers to connect a WIZNET chip?, &126.96.36.199 SDPINS ( P8 ) place a long onto stack and say "SDPINS" for convenience, the pin numbers of the card SPI interface are written in "IP-Address format" Format decriptor: & &CS . ISO . MOSI . SCK These explicit pin number apply to IoT-Board, The secret of the binary how to create? Start the development system (e.g. Propellertools) Locate the spin source code and just load the source code into the editor Hit F9 (run->compile), The pin numbers to connect a WIZNET chip? &188.8.131.52 WIZPINS ( P8 ), How to make current changes permanent? just say BACKUP, How to open or create a file on the SD-Card? is done by pub FMAKE$ ( name -- flg ), The one-liner: FOPEN$ NOT IF 64 MB FILE$ FCREATE$ FOPEN$ THEN, 64 File size to stack