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But I never do that, because (a) it would take much longer, and (b) I'd always be wondering if those little bits of weirdness I see on the display are real, or merely a lurking bug in my PIC code.
 
But I never do that, because (a) it would take much longer, and (b) I'd always be wondering if those little bits of weirdness I see on the display are real, or merely a lurking bug in my PIC code.
 
--[[User:DavidCary|DavidCary]] 08:05, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
 
--[[User:DavidCary|DavidCary]] 08:05, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
 
 
 
Howdy David,
 
 
If I forgot to mention it, I do have a third hand, although I use it somewhat minimally. It sees the most use when I have to solder wires to a board I made, rather than for work with surface mount or through-hole components. Some day I may consider building [http://www.instructables.com/id/Third-Hand-A-multi-use-helping-hand-for-electro/ a ThirdHand++].
 
 
For now, most of my work is embedded electronics, and so when I do get a new piece of equipment, odds are I'll take a logic analyzer over an oscilloscope. That said, if you wanted a reasonably cheap oscilloscope, one fellow on Instructables made [http://www.instructables.com/id/SCGV1TRFMSGH3EQ/ a DIY version] that may be worth checking out.
 
 
--[[User:Purduecer|Purduecer]] 23:55, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
 

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