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What's the interest to convert a picture to text or html version ? It's firstly fun :) the picture will look different when you will change size... It's simple to copy and paste the code of a "virtual picture", into your blog. Remember it's ALWAYS TEXT, HTML :) that represents a picture. Exactly, the picture sequence will be converted into ASCII codes. This code was created to represent text in computer with 128 characters.

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SD Cards and FAT filesystems for STM32 cortex m3 - The STM32 Discovery Scrapbook from Nano Age Generic FAT file system code Chans FatFS FatFs is a generic FAT file system module for small embedded systems. 12 Sites To Create Slideshows We often go on vacations with family to take some time out of our hectic schedule and have fun with our family. Mostly every time, we click pictures so that we can remember our golden vacations whenever we feel like. It feels great to look at old pictures when we had so much fun in our life. Create Stunning Photo Mosaics In Minutes Recently I wanted to create a photo mosaic for one of my friends’ birthday. In case you don’t know, a photo mosaic is a picture that has been divided into (usually equal sized) rectangular sections, each of which is replaced with another photograph of appropriate average color. Looks quite good and special, especially if you are using photgraphs of fond memories spent together.

Blender Animation Exporter Update (June 2) 02Jun A new revision (2008-06-02) of the Animation Exporter is available. This revision is mostly UI changes to improve usability, especially for new users who have not mastered Blender’s UI yet. The new layout will also scale better to different screen sizes.[Update Dec 15: PLEASE NOTE: If you get an error about a missing pickle, you will need to install Python.]Here’s the revision log:Changed window layout to be grouped more logically.Panel headers are now at the top, as is standard in most UIs.Moved the button toolbar to the Tweaking screen (Ctrl-Right).Minor UI tweaks to the exporter script.Auto-key is enabled by default. [Edit: Apparently this setting doesn't save with the file, so you'll have to enable it yourself.]Removed mesh UV maps and materials to reduce file size.And a snapshot of the main view. Click to enlarge:

NicEdit - WYSIWYG Content Editor, Inline Rich Text Application By calling the nicEditors.allTextareas() function the below example replaces all 3 textareas on the page with nicEditors. NicEditors will match the size of the editor window with the size of the textarea it replaced. First Textarea Second Textarea Some Initial Content was in this textarea Forum - SD Card Bootloader - STMicroelectronics In this thread I discuss how to reboot the processor and alter the startup behaviour here : I program the flash in the early boot conditions because I can strongly control the environment, and there aren't random parts of the system running from flash and interrupting. To improve the chances of success flashing should be done in a quiet system. I've been doing this a while so the process is reasonably well understood.

E-book conversion Often the book we want to read on our ebook reader is in a format that is incompatible or just doesn’t look good. When this happens we have four choices (1) forget the whole thing, (2) forget that ebook (file) and try to get free or, more likely, pay more money for, a new, compatible ebook file, (3) get another ebook reader, or (4) convert the file to something we can use. If you picked #4 then this section of the Wiki page is for you. If you can't find it here then you might have to resort to digitizing Paper Books to Ebooks For a handy quick reference see the Conversion matrix. You may also want to visit the article on the exact eBook format you are trying to create.

[AM3359 & FatFS] Did someone successfully write data on microsd memory card? - StarterWare forum - StarterWare - TI E2E Community In reply to eugenio: Ok, one small step ahead (but no solution so far). I've found that: HS_MMCSD library checks some IRQ status registers;the issue occurs exactly after 4096 bytes sent to MMCSD module: this sounds to me as some kind of buffer overrun.

Second Life Viewers - official and third party viewers From Second Life Wiki The following viewer is available on the official Downloads page: Second Life Viewer (a.k.a. the official Viewer, regular Viewer, official viewer etc.) Official Alternate Viewers When Linden Lab viewer projects are nearing release they will often initially release a Project Viewer, and subsequently a Release Candidate Viewer (marked as 'Release') as they are nearing formal release. Occasionally a Beta Viewer may also be released for a particular project.

Problem FatFs creating and writing file , getting FR_DISK_ER Hello all! Since I´ve been searching at the forum for any help about this and I didn´t find anything useful I´ll post it just in case you know what can be happening. The thing is that I´ve been able to compile FatFs, downloading it from chan´s webpage , I´m using the last version 0.09A and a ATmega32 with a KINGSTON 512mb SDC. Once downloaded I shut down the power on/off with the socket features and also the possibility to enable write protection, basicly what I did was just take the sample mmc.c and name it diskio.c chaging what above mentioned.

Home Distance learning opportunities used to exist through what were known as correspondence courses, which had to be completed though the mail, on the radio or on television. Today, the web is the main method of presenting today’s distance-type educational materials. Online training affords college students, with very little time or cash, or who reside in distant locations, to go to classes. Don’t Follow These 5 Dangerous Coding Standard Rules « Barr Code Over the summer I happened across a brief blog post by another firmware developer in which he presented ten C coding rules for better embedded C code. I had an immediate strong negative reaction to half of his rules and later came to dislike a few more, so I’m going to describe what I don’t like about each. I’ll refer to this author as BadAdvice. I hope that if you have followed rules like the five below my comments will persuade you to move away from those toward a set of embedded C coding rules that keep bugs out. If you disagree, please start a constructive discussion in the comments. Bad Rule #1: Do not divide; use right shift.

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