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comment Why doesn't C# DateTime string formatting work?
@Billy ONeal well #1 I have nothing against moving away from the outdated .NET 3.5 but I'm bound by what my university uses on its computers so that's that.
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comment Why doesn't C# DateTime string formatting work?
Thanks. So the code was pretty much correct, but useless due to the .NET version. Bummer. Your workaround work great though.
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comment Why doesn't C# DateTime string formatting work?
Thanks, but unfortunately it has no effect, it's exactly as before.
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comment Why doesn't C# DateTime string formatting work?
If it was new in .NET 4.0 then it's not very useful to me considering that I am working with .NET 3.5 SP1. Also, why wouldn't it work with DateTime, my code seems to be conforming to the MSDN examples of DateTime formatting?
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comment Where to put calculations? Inside interrupt handler or main loop? (embedded realtime application)
The conditions of my project prevent me from using a RTOS (free or otherwise) or any other foreign code that wasn't written by me. Is there any way to implement RTOS concepts in a minimalistic way?
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comment Where to put calculations? Inside interrupt handler or main loop? (embedded realtime application)
@Carl, perhaps you could elaborate your idea of using semaphores and threading and how that makes programming easier because the way I see it since my application is already pretty complex, adapting a rtos to it at this stage seems scary.
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asked Where to put calculations? Inside interrupt handler or main loop? (embedded realtime application)