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eetcowie   2/10/2014 4:47:24 PM
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Demonstartion of using cubes to test the testbench.

One interpretation of the results is, "...THE LINE LOSES!"


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David Ashton   2/9/2014 2:50:25 PM
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NO, George, I meant get the Dice from the Fab!

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Peter.Olson   2/9/2014 2:32:31 PM
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Look George, this dicital technology is much better than your analog stuff!

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David Ashton   2/9/2014 2:00:04 PM
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I KNEW we should never have sent you to that conference in Las Vegas!

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Parreco   2/7/2014 4:36:25 PM
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Bob's job security appears to be a little "dicey"!!

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Parreco   2/7/2014 4:31:15 PM
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Management's new method for determining salary increases!!

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EricArtille   2/7/2014 11:40:39 AM
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"Let's go, 0111 or 1011"...Sadly Bob found that rolling a 7 or 11 in binary code just wasn't possible.  

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prabhakar_deosthali   2/7/2014 8:28:28 AM
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Our new intelligent system can predict the outcome of the throw of the dice !

Want to see it yourself?

 

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David Ashton   2/7/2014 4:59:46 AM
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No, Jim, that's NOT gonna get us a D.I.C.E. award!

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BeALert   2/7/2014 4:41:42 AM
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int Random ( )

{

   return 7;   // Chosen by rolling two fair dice

}

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