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Is there an easy way to build an interleaver in an 8 bit microcontroller, or do I have to "pick up" every single bit in a data block and place it into another position?
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>>61754011
Depends on how many bytes do you want to interleave. CPU cores usually don't allow you to use a quick way to do it unless they have built-in dedicated interleavers using CPU registers.

But if is 2 bytes you can try with an array.
void interleave(byte* input, byte* output)
{
const byte ntable[] = {
0b00000000,
0b00000001,
0b00000100,
0b00000101,
0b00010000,
0b00010001,
0b00010100,
0b00010101,
0b01000000,
0b01000001,
0b01000100,
0b01000101,
0b01010000,
0b01010001,
0b01010100,
0b01010101
};

byte nibble[4];
nibble[0] = input[0] & 0x0f;
nibble[1] = input[0] >> 4;
nibble[2] = input[1] & 0x0f;
nibble[3] = input[1] >> 4;

output[0] = (ntable[nibble[1]] << 1) | ntable[nibble[0]];
output[1] = (ntable[nibble[3]] << 1) | ntable[nibble[2]];
}
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>>61754196
Thanks. It's 250 bytes though, so I guess I better start typing shit.
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>>61754228
This technique works better on 32-bit microcontrollers though.

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>tfw fresh Windows 7 install with the classic theme enabled
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>>61753679
so that's how win xp fags look in this generation
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>>61753679
>Not installing POSReady
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gentoo theme is better

>first Helio X30 benchmark available
>Roughly on par with the Snapdragon 820/821
>Almost twice as fast as the Helio X30
>10nm

What does /g/ think? Will it be a good mid-range performer or is Mediatek going to get fucked by Qualcomm?
It does appear to be a much better performer than any 600 series processor from them so far.
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>>61752891
Seems to be almost 150% as powerful as the Snapdragon 660, if they price it right I think this could be a great processor.

Is anyone even interested or will this thread get ignored because it's not another cheap Intel/AMD/Nvidia/apple/Google/Microsoft bait thread?

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>have the decency to wash my hands after using the bathroom
>soap container is empty
>it's always empty
why hasn't something been invented yet that purges bacteria through use of energy?
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>>61752603
It exists, but soap is cheaper.

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>i7 3770 has VT-d
>i7 3770k doesn't
explain this
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>>61752602
Artificial market segmentation is the best!
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New Intel CPUs all have VT-d now

Your trolling is meaningless
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>>61752602

k cpus up to devils canyon generally didn't have vt-d and it only became available on every lower end k type cpu as of skylake, see also: >>61752672

>>61752692
>mentions something bad about intel
>must be a troll

fuck off shill

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I just got robbed and disrespected by a vendor on a dark net market.

How do I find where they live so I can fuck up their pets?
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>>61752546
Look up union routing
Reevaluate your life choices
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>>61752546
you're a liar, I have only ever gotten good experiences and customer service on the dark net market. In fact, those faggot junkies are more helpful than eBay or paypal.
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>>61752546
call the polis

What can I use 6GB of RAM for?
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>>61752445
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>>61752445
porn
the answer is always porn
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>>61752445
you could leave apps open instead of closing them

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Well /G/? How diverse is your team? You don't mean to tell me your hack3r group isn't 40-50% female with at least one african american member right? What kind of things are you guys hacking together with the power of diversity?
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I'm so diverse my cr3w consisting of 200 south Sudanese black hats is hacking your white ass right from a lifeboat off the coast of libya
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Actually a lot of hackers I've seen are blacks, because niggers are very good at anything stealing.

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Should I use GNOME 3.24 or KDE 5.10?
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Xfce.
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>>61751990
It doesn't really matter if you're going to alter the look and behaviour afterwards.
If you leave the stock settings, choose whatever you think looks better.

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Stop disliking Red Hat right. fucking. now.
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difficult not to when their logo is a literal fucking fedora
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>>61751689
>proprietary Linux
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>>61751689
I've never disliked red hat.
Dumb frogposter.

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Is there anywhere in london where I can try different keyboards and switches so I can pick one I like?

Thanks
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>>61751682
not that i know of.
This is also a reason they sell things called "key testers", which are small boards with one of each switch kind on it.

I think you can snag one on ukkeycaps or mechanicalkeyboards for around 18 pounds
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oh ok cool thanks
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>>61751682
Just get blues and if you're a dumb babby get browns which are like blues but shit

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How accurate is this /g/?

https://youtu.be/L6aY_f1c0Qk
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The database, get me into the database! What a legend.
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---Initializing brute force algorithm---
And of course, Windows is the hero
Maybe those scrub10rds should've been using macs

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(furious laughter)
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>>61751865
>>61752203
Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.
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what is safer: woolyss stable builds or iridium?
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/g/ official browser is PaleMoon
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>>61751904
Lol, so funny! ^.^

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.engadget.com/amp/2017/08/05/google-employees-anti-diversity-screed-enrages-coworkers/
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>>61751367
there are already 2 threads about this you retard
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>>61751591
Yes but how about another?

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