I need a logic for processing 2 arrays at a same time.
now the sequence to be followed is (a,d) , (b,e) , (c,d) , (a,e) , (b,d) , (c,e)
The sequence should be maintained.
Okay, I have a circuit I've been making for a while now, but it's a pain in the butt to solder 19 2N3904s with their 10k resistors every time I make a board. I've had some good experience with 2004ANs on other projects and want to use them for this one.
I have some issue in how to processing some data.
I have some files with 3 columns. The 1st column is a name of my sample. The 2nd column is a numerical sequence (very big sequence) starting from "1". And the 3rd column is a feature of each line, represented for a number (completely independent from the 2nd column).
Here randomness mean pseudo randomness like the random number generator of Linux. For example,
I have 100-1000 arrays that each contain 10000 random integers generated by Linux pseudo random number generator.
An array is a parameter that holds mappings from keys to values. Arrays are used to store a collection of parameters into a parameter. Arrays (in any programming language) are a useful and common composite data structure, and one of the most important scripting features in Bash and other shells.
I'm trying to figure out a way to connect the 5V logic out pin of some microcontroller board (HighlyLiquid MPA revB) to the logic input on a PIC16F688 (RA2). Can I directly connect them or should I put something in between?
Both use 5V logic. The PIC is embedded in a device. Its RA2 pin is originally connected to +5V externally via a 10kOhm pull-up resistor.