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Resistor Color Code Program

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Posted on January 19, 2013

This year I'm playing a lot with hardware and learning electronics from a fairly basic level.  I'm also doing a good bit of low level programing.  I've been working through some AT&T x86 assembly, which works nice with gcc

But I have really fallen in love with writing c programs. 

My latest c program is basically just a little script to calculate resistor values. 

I've posted the code on Github.  You can download the code at http://github.com/Namibnat/resistor, or pull with https://github.com/Namibnat/resistor.git

Compile it with gcc with the -ml flags. 

And that's that. 

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