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gophert

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What do you think?

A simple google search of that part number leads to the jameco.com (San Francisco - based distributor)...
That site explains...

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Ian Rogers

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OR, you could read the datasheet, think about it, and tell us your conclusions.
Do newbies need to think?? They all have silver platters, didn't you know...
 

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That may be, but this one certainly doesn't have good manners.



I wonder how far one expects to get with an attitude and manners like this.
These look a LOT like homework questions. Back in my day (I'm old too), we would research the answer with books and datasheets. If still confused, talk to a T.A. or professor. They would always ask what I thought the answer was and then guide me toward the correct answer vs. just telling me the answer. That's the way we did it and we liked it! ;)
 

gophert

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Back in my day (I'm old too), we would research the answer with books and datasheets. If still confused, talk to a T.A. or professor.
You forgot to include the part where you walked 10 miles to/from school each day in -40 temperatures and it was uphill both ways.
 

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You forgot to include the part where you walked 10 miles to/from school each day in -40 temperatures and it was uphill both ways.
January 12, 1971. Sophomore in EE. -10 F at 10 am. Two miles on foot to McD to work the lunch shift. Net downhill going, uphill back.

The lunch crew was 8 worker bees, 6 in various Engineering branches.

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granddad

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"Electronic Chip 74LS76.." , even the title is short of a few words.. Okay we all started somewhere , and perhaps needed 'help' I fear this person comes across as lazy and arrogant ...
 

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"Electronic Chip 74LS76.." , even the title is short of a few words.. Okay we all started somewhere , and perhaps needed 'help' I fear this person comes across as lazy and arrogant ...

I don't disagee, that is why I gave him as much as he deserved and no more in post #3. It is just fun making fun of a bunch of old guys complaining about kids that were never told to do things for themselves. Blame his/her parents and teachers, not the kid. He is more of a victim than someone to blame. We are all products of our environment. If asking like he/she did hasn't been working, they would stop doing it.
 

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And now someone (OP?) changed the title to something useless (more useless? - if that is possible).
 

Ian Rogers

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And now someone (OP?) changed the title to something useless (more useless? - if that is possible).
Looks like the OP Spat his dummy out... I'll shut it down then!!!
 
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