I guess I saw a DIP shoved into header pin sockets on my kazzo programmer and thought the inverse would work
I wonder what it is like to be good at electronics modding
@derek Everyone who's good at it started out bad at it.
@derek I'm pretty sure I've seen header pins used in DIP sockets before.
@derek The FPGASID uses header pins, and their installation instructions tell you to insert it into a DIP socket: https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=ZGVmYXVsdGRvbWFpbnxmcGdhc2lkfGd4OjUzYzk1M2UzMzZhMDZiMmI
@derek They do look small but from searching around a bit I can find no evidence that there's a smaller size for DIP sockets. For example Sparkfun's SOIC to DIP adapter just points you at regular header pins: https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/8-pin-soic-to-dip-adapter-hookup-guide/all