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This should come in handy, if you need to purchase electronics from Digikey. Sparkfun has a tutorial on how to use Alex Leone’s sort by price greasemonkey script to allow components to be arranged by cost, making it much easier to pick out the cheapest options for generic parts.


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  1. Satiagraha on said:

    This is just brilliant! Thank you so much Alex Leone and SparkFun!!!

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