Radio

05-14-2015, 07:07 PM

There are some folks running around on the internet claiming to be "RV doctors" or "the RV doctors"

Phooey.

I AM the RV doctor.

Phooey.

I AM the RV doctor.

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Radio

05-14-2015, 07:07 PM

There are some folks running around on the internet claiming to be "RV doctors" or "the RV doctors"

Phooey.

I AM the RV doctor.

Phooey.

I AM the RV doctor.

wa3hdi

11-08-2015, 09:02 PM

Actually, Gary Bunzer has copyright and trademark registration on the title.

Check out FMCA (Family Motorhome Camping) Magazine or http://www.rvdoctor.com.

Check out FMCA (Family Motorhome Camping) Magazine or http://www.rvdoctor.com.

NN5I

11-08-2015, 09:47 PM

Wrong finger, Wade.

Radio

11-09-2015, 07:32 PM

Wrong finger, Wade.

You know the official medical term for that is "digital exam" ??

I studied Boolean, logic, gates, flip-flops, clocking and all sorts of stuff. Knew it cold! And then they did the most disgusting thing to me. They didn't want to know anything about computers.

:giggle:

You know the official medical term for that is "digital exam" ??

I studied Boolean, logic, gates, flip-flops, clocking and all sorts of stuff. Knew it cold! And then they did the most disgusting thing to me. They didn't want to know anything about computers.

:giggle:

NN5I

11-09-2015, 07:53 PM

I studied Boolean

OK, let's give a little quiz. You know about 1 and 0. In switching algebra, those are the only two values. They are the "identities":

1 "or" anything = 1

0 "and" anything = 0

Every Boolean algebra has two identities (one for each of the two binary functions, in this case "and" and "or"). In switching algebra, those are the only two values, 0 and 1. In some Boolean algebras the two identities are different from these, and some Boolean algebras don't even have 0 or 1 as possible values.

Quiz: What is the restriction on how many values a variable in a Boolean algebra can have?

OK, let's give a little quiz. You know about 1 and 0. In switching algebra, those are the only two values. They are the "identities":

1 "or" anything = 1

0 "and" anything = 0

Every Boolean algebra has two identities (one for each of the two binary functions, in this case "and" and "or"). In switching algebra, those are the only two values, 0 and 1. In some Boolean algebras the two identities are different from these, and some Boolean algebras don't even have 0 or 1 as possible values.

Quiz: What is the restriction on how many values a variable in a Boolean algebra can have?

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