RaspISteve wrote:What you won't be able to do easily is join it up to real time inputs and outputs and other than pure simulation adding a real battery will be out of the question.
Thank you! I think that will definitely help! I will look into the posts from this forum. But what exactly do you mean by "pure simulation." Regardless thank you for the direction!
Basically a computer will simulate a circuit in the same way a human would work out what would happen just by thinking about the circuit. Adding a real battery to an ephemeral thought hasn't been done yet. Generally circuit simulation is at sub-real time speeds and real inputs are themselves simulated. Output would appear as files of stuff or visualised on a simulation of an oscilloscope or logic analyser maybe even a bunch of pixels on a screen.
I see you're into another thread on this topic http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewt ... 37&t=66164
. Your answer there is the output from the schematic capture process is more likely to be a proprietary file format and not a text file. Printing it would get you nonsense.
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