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How many line of code can it hold? (Read 4212 times)
06/21/07 at 19:31:49

Vaccumdiode2   Offline
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I am look forward to purchasing my Wiring I/O Board.   But I was wondering about how many lines of code can the board handle.  I plan on using it to build a large robot and I may end up using more than one. 

Thank you

Rich

 
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Reply #1 - 06/21/07 at 19:53:58

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hi Rich, lines of code are quite difficult to measure, a more meaningful measure of the capabilities is in terms of size code which lead us to memory capacity. Wiring is quite a powerful system in terms of memory which means it can hold and run large programs. Here is a comparison with popular systems: http://wiring.org.co/ioboard/compare.html
 
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Reply #2 - 06/21/07 at 21:03:55

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I had seen that already.  Do you have a program and how many K of memory it takes.  Maybe I'm to much into the details of it. 

Thank you for the quick responce.  I sure I'll be hard pressed to fill it up.

Rich

 
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