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'Scenix virtual peripherals'
1998\05\29@080031 by Pavel Korensky

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At 03:43 29.5.1998 -0400, you wrote:
>At first I was thinking it had to be that Microchip (or maybe
>Parallax) was responsible, since that would be the only way this would
>have anything to with the piclist.  Then it hit me!  SCENIX!  The
>'virtual nuclear bomb peripherial' actually worked..
>

Hmm BTW, can anybody explain me what is the difference between "virtual
peripheral" and normal timer interrupt subroutine ? I studied the docs
which came with my Scenix Kit and I am not able to see any difference.
I suppose that I missed something..

Best regards

PavelK


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1998\05\29@084413 by tjaart

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Pavel Korensky wrote:

> At 03:43 29.5.1998 -0400, you wrote:
> >At first I was thinking it had to be that Microchip (or maybe
> >Parallax) was responsible, since that would be the only way this would
> >have anything to with the piclist.  Then it hit me!  SCENIX!  The
> >'virtual nuclear bomb peripherial' actually worked..
> >
>
> Hmm BTW, can anybody explain me what is the difference between "virtual
> peripheral" and normal timer interrupt subroutine ? I studied the docs
> which came with my Scenix Kit and I am not able to see any difference.
> I suppose that I missed something..

No difference. I've figured out how to describe thedifference between a Scenix chip and a PIC though
:

"A Scenix chip is a flash 16C5X PIC on Viagra"

(What do you think ?)

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1998\05\29@093338 by Steve Baldwin

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> Hmm BTW, can anybody explain me what is the difference between "virtual
> peripheral" and normal timer interrupt subroutine ? I studied the docs
> which came with my Scenix Kit and I am not able to see any difference.

One comes from the engineering department and the other comes from
the marketing department.

Steve.


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