Aperture Science

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  • Interests Science isn't about why - it's about why not. Why is so much of our science dangerous? Why not marry safe science if you love it so much? In fact, why not invent a special safety door that won't hit you in the butt on the way out, because you are fired!

    Not you, test subject. You're doing fine.

    Yes, you. Box. Your stuff. Out the front door. Parking lot. Car. Goodbye.

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  1. It's likely been an year since I've first noticed Drew Kerman's eyes and he's still going full steam ahead, must've been one hell of a strong [psychoactive substance]

     

    I wonder what he's seen

    1. Drew Kerman

      Drew Kerman

      Same answer as before. And it's been just over 2 years actually

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    What do you think about my idea for speed governor for car?

    Unfortunately, most speed detectors aren't there for safety, they're there for making money.
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    Thread to complain bout stuff

    It's a celebration that another year has gone by. People usually celebrate good things, especially when it's a tradition to do so.
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    Thread to complain bout stuff

    no just no
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    KSP memes Megathread

    Pretty much sums up what the "complain about stuff" thread used to be
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    1.6 HYPE THREAD

    Multiplayer update w h e n ?
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    KSP memes Megathread

    when you're reentering the atmosphere and the only part that blows up is the cockpit
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    Arduinos, signal transmission and Morse codes

    The decoder will basically track the signal's timing, refer to my first post; You could send one letter at a time back to the computer via Serial.println() (I think that's the arduino function), or you could set a char vector and then output it as a whole phrase.
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    Arduinos, signal transmission and Morse codes

    @Delay yeah that should probably work (in pseudocode) Try implementing it into an Arduino board and test if it works. Try also using an app for initial decoding, like this one (android) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.erdatsai.morsecodeagent for instance so you can know it's working properly
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    Arduinos, signal transmission and Morse codes

    You're going to have to iterate over the encoded string anyways if you decide to make a Morse string. Might as well just avoid it and only iterate over the input string. You'll achieve the same effect with less effort.
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    Thread to complain bout stuff

    Sublime Text 3 is great
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    Arduinos, signal transmission and Morse codes

    You don't really need to encode it first though, you can just make a for loop iterating over the char array (input text) and transmitting each letter appropriately at a time, way simpler