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vrf Searching for manuals for instruments, and related items

Question asked by VRFuser on Jun 18, 2005
Hello from Gregg C Levine
Is it my imagination, or has Agilent actually made things difficult
for the occasional tinker type individual?

I just spent a fruitless few minutes searching the FTP site for a
manual that was named, simply sicl.pdf; it didn't want to be found.

I then went to the website, and instructed the site to search for
materials for that title. Of the three ones I found, the third one
contained the stuff I needed. Specifically how the IO points are
arranged for the RS-232 connectors for any instrument. It turns out
that the information that I found in it, was found originally
contained in the earlier PDF file. This was found in the manual named
5188-5723.pdf. I would swear on a stack of manuals for the TARDIS, and
the Millennium Falcon, and any three X Wings, if they existed, that
the one I first wanted, was this one.
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Gregg C Levine landocalrissian@att.net
"Time is immaterial." The Fourth Doctor


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