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Re: Monolithic Memories
Max The Magnificent   12/19/2013 5:02:56 PM
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@studleylee: I have the original PLD book from Monolithic Memories

Oooh -- I would love to have that in my collection :-)

Happy Christmas to you and yours

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studleylee   12/19/2013 4:41:21 PM
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I have the original PLD book from Monolithic Memories I bought at the UofDelaware bookstore new knowing I would need it. It had the sourcecode for the pld compiler in it PALASM. I think I actually type it all in trying to compile it. PALS were great for glue back in the day. Happy Christmas all.

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Does anyone know...
Max The Magnificent   12/19/2013 3:03:09 PM
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If anyone has any interesting tidbits of trivia relating to the history of programmable logic in general and FPGAs in particular, it would be great to see them posted here as comments.

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