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honey the codewitch29-Jul-21 7:06
mvahoney the codewitch29-Jul-21 7:06 
First of all, you never mentioned the atmega in that post. I just looked at the link you gave me. I didn't miss a sentence. What was being discussed was the Arduino framework. It is only incidently related to an atmega in that an atmega will run it. It's not the only thing that does.


Member 13301679 wrote:
That's what "not completely realisable" means.


It's what this means


Member 13301679 wrote:
Maybe you should tell your client that the project they contracted you for is not completely realisable


I bolded the relevant bits. You forgot the operative part. I was never contracted to build a 100% to spec e-reader.
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