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I have a mechanical engineer buddy who does some programming for PLDs (Programmable Logic Devices). From my years here at SO, it's obvious to me that the languages asked about on SO are geared towards higher level devices like computers or cell phones; devices with processors and that are a little more Von Neumann-esque. Is there a different StackExchange site more oriented for these lower level devices and projects?

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There was a Controls Stack Exchange, but it's been disabled. – Lance Roberts Jul 21 '11 at 20:23

Edit: There are several programmable logic device questions on Stack Overflow. You can either ask it here or on the Electronics Stack Exchange site. There are a few questions and you'll more likely get a response.

On a side note I wish this feature was implemented.

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Sorry about the original post, I searched pld on SO and missed the results. – M. Tibbits Jul 21 '11 at 20:15

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