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2 Jul, 2010

J VanDomelen

At the heart of most mil/aero electronics—and arguably the most important component of current electronics systems is the processor. Virtually all mil/aero electronics take advantage of processors of one sort or another, whether x86, powerPC, RISC, FPGA, 32-bit, or 64-bit. Many different types of processing devices are employed by the modern warfighter, in fact. Today’s soldier, fed up with being made

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24 Jun, 2010

Hollis Blanchard When I learned Python I became enamored with the idiom of dispatching, which looks something like this: name = "foo" function = getattr(object, "prefix_" + name) function() In this way we can call object.prefix_foo() without big switch statements or if/else if/else if constructs. Of course, I usually program in C. While we can’t do exactly the same thing there, the closest analogy is the function … Read More

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