Re: "master" and "slave" banned in Los Angeles County
After all, more than a few microprocessors that have been developed over the
years can be configured to run in either Master or Slave Mode, including a
chip I'm documenting at the moment. :D
Um, is it Friday yet? Yeah, Friday falls on Wednesday this week, except in
Canada, where Thursday already was on Columbus Day. So let's rename those
modes something simple and innocuous. How about White Mode and Black Mode?
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