Member Since: May 11, 2013

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  • I think FPGAs are probably pretty scary to program, but then the only experience I have is that my high school electronics class did some stuff once with GALs which required boolean logic… ex. (A && B && !C) || (!A && C) || !B That was terrifying painful, I couldn’t do it today even if I had the equipment although I think we did manage to make it work. Translating an idea into logic like that is a headache.

    Hopefully it’s nothing like that. I suspect one big barrier is that you need to know a lot about logic beforehand and have a good grasp of that and how to reduce ideas to logic.

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