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4/10/2014 09:00 AM EDT
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Which Part Number
Aeroengineer   4/10/2014 12:29:07 PM
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Which is the part number that has the low cost FPU?  The one thing that I noticed with Freescale is that they have a lot of M4 parts, but not near as many M4F parts.  If they have something this cheap, then most likely it is in a small pin package, which would be of interest to me.

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