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  • Bit of an INT (DS)

    I'm an AB Logix guy so please be gentle. I'm trying to write some code a basic step sequencer. I usually use a bit of a INT in the AB world but I can't figure out how to address this and then look at this bit later. I chose the to use bit of a word because we have a standard format from the AB world.

    It would be similar to this.

    DS1.0 X101 DS1.1
    -| |------------| |------------------(OUT)
    DS1.1 X102 DS1.2
    -| |------------| |------------------(OUT)

    There are too many trees. I can't see the forest. I ASSuME its an easy thing that I just haven't picked up yet.
    There should be a minimum IQ before people can breed.

    FS Eng (TÜV Rheinland, #11004/15, Machinery)

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    If using a < 2.40 sw version, copy the DS to a DH the unpackcopy DH to C. Then use C.
    Later versions, skip the DH step-just unpackcopy DS to C.

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