It's been a long time since I used the BasicX chips. I'm not sure where
they are at, firmware wise. I never used the BX-35, so I don't know if
the code will work or not. However, their Web site says it is software
Is the BX-35 really that much cheaper? It needs a crystal, some EEPROM,
and a voltage regulator, all of which are already on the BX-24. The
savings might be $10 or so in the end, and you still need to build a
board for everything. I think the BX-35 is cheaper if you designing your
own board. The BX-35 also has more available ports, obviously.
You reposted this message a couple of times. You might want to look at
your news posting program.
Elsewhere here I noted I am not doing the revision. Another author is
redoing the book, and I am moving on to other opportunities. I have no
new books planned.
I have no idea when the publication date is. You really can't go by
anything Amazon or Barnes & Noble has on their sites, as the information
tends to be out of date anyway.
Thanks for the compliment. But I'm not throwing anything away.
Currently, I have plans in the robotics field other than books.
Instructional videos, for example. Several interesting things in the
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