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RAM testing techniques?

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Does anyone have any sample code/ algorithms for various
RAM testing techniques? Such as:
Abraham-Thatte
Galpat
Walkpat
any others???

Any help would be appreciated...
Please post or send info. to: t...@bit7.com
Thanks in advance,
onkelinx G.

Apr 12 '06 #1
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g.********@dalemans-detection.com wrote:
Does anyone have any sample code/ algorithms for various
This is neither an algorithms group nor a sources wanted group.
RAM testing techniques? Such as:
Abraham-Thatte
Galpat
Walkpat
any others???
There are key aspects of a RAM test that cannot be written in standard
C. If the register keyword was guaranteed to put a variable in a
register you could come closer, and you would definitely need the
volatile keyword, but I've always found it easier and simpler to use
assembler.
Any help would be appreciated...
Please post or send info. to: t...@bit7.com


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Apr 12 '06 #2

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g.********@dalemans-detection.com wrote:
Please post or send info. to: t...@bit7.com

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troll? -- Hmm, one letter too many.

toad? toon? twat?

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Apr 12 '06 #3

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