H17F - programmable driver with full thermal regulation

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Pascal ?

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I know solidworks has some thermal simulation but that’s a 3d modeling program..

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I’m assuming that thermal simulation using a bunch of data.
And my pharmacist friend who work with a lot of data using “X” to simulate his medicine, so my second guess is “X”.

I won’t tell what X is. It’s my second guess, I’ll never win anyway Big Smile

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FORTRAN 77

LOL. I have no idea. But the driver looks really nice! Might be exactly what I need for an old project of mine to be completed..

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Ok, I can’t win since my post ct is too low, but I have a guess….which I will not publicize Smile

These things look awesome and I can think of a few lights I’d like to use them in!

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Wow, looks like great driver!

Now we need GB for it or a light with it!

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vēer wrote:
Wow, looks like great driver!

Now we need GB for it or a light with it!

+1
Where can I buy?

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Any one guess Ruby yet? My guess is Ruby

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Looks great, can’t wait to try it.

I’ll loan a few thousand post count’s to some o yuz guys with knowledge? Silly

Scoobysnacksfornerds, works every time! :bigsmile: Since I took COBOL back in 1980 computer programming hasn’t been my forte.

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I once tried simulating neural networks using labVIEW, 

So sad i can't make use of that knowledge anymore.

Edit: labview is actually great for instrumentation. Hope flashlights will get some use to it someday

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Really great driver Dr! Waiting for the purchase post Big Smile

My guess is SQL/MySQL. Simulation uses a lot of data and SQL can be VERY effective in matrix operations and calculations.

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If nobody gave the right answer, will there be a second round of guessing?

You are a flashaholic if you are forced to come out of the closet, to make room for more flashlights.

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Henk4U2 wrote:
If nobody gave the right answer, will there be a second round of guessing?

+1

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My guess: SysML Wink

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ThermNet?

Words can be broken,
so can bones.

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excel and vba?

Big Smile

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Thanks for the kind words Smile 

Since the guesses stall, there's another round of guessing. From this post on, everyone has one guess again.

Note again, the used programming language is not specialized on thermal (or similar) simulations (and usually not used for that).

 

 

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I don’t have any idea and don’t know anything about programming. I would guess the language you used was hessisch :santa:

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Bash

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You used English language!!! Party

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Hmm, I know nothing but like to guess anyway.

I once had to revive from the grave a computer controlling an old flow-cytometer that we wanted to check out and it had an operating system (with german manual) that was called Suzy (it pre-dated DOS and looked a bit like it). I barely know an operating system from a programming language so that is my guess: Suzy

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I will guess .NET

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cobol ?

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R.

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Perl?

I don’t want to win, even if my answer is correct, as i don’t qualify for the 100 posts.

Just wanted to play the game. Smile

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obj c ??

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