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Max The Magnificent
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re: Book Review: FPGA-Based Prototyping Methodology Manual
Max The Magnificent   3/22/2012 1:54:16 PM
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I recently had cause to use the print edition in my office and I was VERY impressed with the information in there -- just what I needed for what I was doing...

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Edgar Hofmann   3/22/2012 11:02:29 AM
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I´ve just purchased a Kindle edition for USD9.99. It is definitely worth it.

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BrianBailey   3/25/2011 12:55:45 AM
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Thanks Pat. I am not sure if I made a mistake or if it was originally priced at 9.99 and updated later. I still believe it is worth it.

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Patk0317   3/24/2011 10:24:09 PM
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Kindle edition is a slightly less reasonable $19.99, not $9.99 as stated in the review.

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re: Book Review: FPGA-Based Prototyping Methodology Manual
Max The Magnificent   3/9/2011 9:12:52 PM
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Ooooh -- is that a challenge? :-)

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re: Book Review: FPGA-Based Prototyping Methodology Manual
BrianBailey   3/9/2011 9:03:52 PM
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Your opinions may be different from mine Max, so that is no excuse to just sit it on the shelf!

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re: Book Review: FPGA-Based Prototyping Methodology Manual
Max The Magnificent   3/9/2011 7:11:50 PM
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Dang -- you've beaten me to it -- my copy arrived at my office a couple of days ago, but I was out of the office so I only just got my sweaty hands on the little rascal -- Max



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