@er1n Good luck!
@er1n Yeah, that'll probably do it if you can get a debugger for the part and it's not locked out. OpenOCD and a J-Link (Edu?) would probably get you what you need, and I'd bet you can scrounge up the latter. Security cameras probably should, but I'd guess even odds they don't.
@er1n Hard to say without a board photo. Does it have an FCC ID on it? They'll usually have a board photo (although sometimes of a different revision, whether or not that's legal). Being able to ID all the chips on it would be handy too, of course.
@er1n [insert general suggestion for dumping flash memory regardless]
@esvrld I'm already not following you, which means I've retroactively unfollowed you, which means time probably isn't real, which means I should have followed you, but...
@gdkar What do you mean by "instead of"?
@djsundog Sounds cromulentish.
@djsundog Is your breadname a Sundog Bun?
@KitRedgrave So, uh, do the tasks? 😛
(For that matter, there's also Project Euler.)
(Also, disagree that your statement about learning applies to everyone, but that's a different conversation. 😉)
@djsundog So my survival chances..?
@KitRedgrave Well, there's Rosetta Code (see, in particular, https://rosettacode.org/wiki/Category:Solutions_by_Programming_Task ), which will probably exercise a lot of any given language. A lot of the usual things tend to be context-dependent. Building a binary tree and handling a to-do list are the ones that come to mind as most common, but obviously they're typically most useful for very different languages.
@gdkar funko pops are a *sometimes* food, 'kar.
@gdkar Oh boy. Right again.
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