use the mister for a special mini program?

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use the mister for a special mini program?

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use the mister for a special mini program?

How is that possible?

Thank you.

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Re: use the mister for a special mini program?

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What kind of ‚special mini program‘?
The question is too generic that anyone can give you an answer.

Inside a core?
On the Arm? (so a Linux program)
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funkheld wrote:use the mister for a special mini program?

How is that possible?

Thank you.

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To achieve this you have to mix in M&M minis while you compile. Don't use too many red ones or you may get runtime errors.
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kitrinx wrote:To achieve this you have to mix in M&M minis while you compile. Don't use too many red ones or you may get runtime errors.
I wouldn't even risk ONE RED M&M.
Too dangerous.

Check the mfg. literature on the board as it is meant for learning FPGA programming and can be used for many different things.
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Boot the Apple II core and write it in BASIC.
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Re: use the mister for a special mini program?

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kitrinx wrote:
funkheld wrote:use the mister for a special mini program?

How is that possible?

Thank you.

greeting
To achieve this you have to mix in M&M minis while you compile. Don't use too many red ones or you may get runtime errors.
I'm told that assembly is much more efficient, but then you have to source your own cocoa, sugar, and milk. It also requires a little more skill.
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