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Clive Maxfield
7/22/2008 06:00 PM EDT

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Max The Magnificent   5/27/2014 10:10:30 AM
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@bobflo: I think is a little bit late to ask for your book.


Just a tad -- I'm afraid this blog was posted way back in 2008 -- that book is long gone (sad face)

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bobflo   5/26/2014 12:32:00 PM
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Hi, I think is a little bit late to ask for your book. I need your book because I just graduated on Electronics engineer and I have to prepare me on VHDL for my first Job, I want to work in HP. When I studied this subject I didn´t spent a lot of time on it, so if you gime that I will work hard on this and I agree to begin to write a blog about VHDL.

Best Regards, Jorge.

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