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'[PIC:] Re: recommended PIC books?'
The Peatman book IS a bit dated, but for 14-bit core chips not too much
has changed. The real difference between modern 14-bit core chips and
the ones Peatman wrote about is that now they are Flash programmable.
I'd recommend it highly. I still use mine regularly. Good coverage of
things like interfacing LCDs, keypads, etc. The Peatman 18F452 book is
exemplary. It comes with a "demo board" that has space for a DAC, LCD,
MAX232, and some other really neat peripheral components...definitely
the book I'd use if I were to teach a class on the 16-bit core.
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