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 File comments for:  Utility » Misc » amigaohm.lha

Amigaohm

Description: This program works out colour code in ohm values
Download: amigaohm.lha
Version: V0.9.1
Date: 11 Nov 2009
Category: utility/misc
FileID: 5132
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Comment by: Murakami (86.200.83.223)At: 28 Oct 2009, 05:53File version: V0.8.4
An english version would be great but a french one would be even better !
 
 
Comment by: root (77.22.101.127)At: 14 Sep 2009, 16:41File version: V0.8.0
rly nice work!
 
 
Comment by: MichaelMerkel (62.214.208.255)At: 09 Sep 2009, 17:56File version: V0.8.0
well, he speaks (almost) no english iirc. so it is hard for him to do an english text. here is a qick translation:

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I wrote this program because handling with electronic components is one of my hobbies.
It is always annoying if you need a resistor and have to go through a color code table (which you cannot find if you need it) to find the correct one.
I don't know about localization of porgrams on amiga thus it is only available in german. If an English Version is desired, I would even do it directly without localization.
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Comment by: orginAt: 09 Sep 2009, 16:12File version: V0.8.0
Note to uploader: Please specify an english text for the readme text field. Most of our users do not know german. It's fine to have both a german and an english part if you wish.
 
 

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