This is our guide to the world of circuit symbols.
As we (which means in the most common terms: Bernhard and Rainer) typed
all this text and thus read all these lines several times, it is obvious
that no damage to you, your computer equipment and your health will occur
by reading this (quite long) sentence or the whole amount of sentences
except for getting dry eyes, a dry mouth (wide open), and - maybe - a dry
gin which could knock you out - or out of your shoes - or whatever. (phew
WARNING: THESE PAGES CONTAIN EXPLICIT CIRCUIT SYMBOLS AND ARE RECOMMENDED
FOR USE ON CHILDREN OF ALL AGES WHO ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING EDUCATED
! ( IF THERE ARE ANY )
For best results, use the latest version of the knowledge
browser "The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy" in advance.
What is all this 'Circuit symbols' stuff we're talking about
First of all, some words about the circumstances that
made these pages grow out of the dust of our knowledge of the English language
(Limerick, written by me, (the proudest neverthinkingofwritingalimerickatanytime)
There once was a teacher at school
who thought it would be quite cool
to publish the stuff
behind the links above
so we did it - isn't that cruel ?
For a quick start, simply click on one of the items which
then will pop up on your screen.
(Give it a try, it is free of charge, you won't need to
subscribe anything to get further !)
For a slow start, read the manual of your current operating
system first, realize that you're not made for it, and then click on one
of the above buttons.
By the way: Pressing on
one of the following pages brings you BACK to THIS page.
If you went through all of this, you're done. Disappointed
? Ask for more fun from the fabulous "duo infernale":
"Is this your hamster ?" - Bernhard
"Oh shut up !" - Rainer.
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