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'[PIC]: PIC programming in C'
2000\08\20@194136 by Andy Howard

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From: "erik" <spam_OUTerikTakeThisOuTspamNETWURX.NET>
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Sent: Saturday, August 19, 2000 7:08 AM
Subject: PIC programming in C

> Can someone please direct me to some examples of C code for the PIC?
> Or better yet, a "How to program microcontrollers in C" book would be
> great.
> I've been dinking around with MPASM for a while now and am pretty new to
> C programming.  I'm having trouble figuring out how to map the
> abstraction of a high level language to the specific microprocessor at
> hand.

A good introductory guide is downloadable from .
Although it is designed to be used with their C compiler the information in
there is
generaly applicable too.  It has the advantage of not being written with the
assumption that you want your programs to run on a PC, which is the problem
with most C books IME.  This is PIC specific.

Hope this helps. I'd be interested to hear of any other tutorials or books
you find that are relevant to C on PICs as I'm just starting out down that
road and not finding it easy.  I still half suspect that C is some kind of
complicated hoax really.




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2000\08\21@072858 by fernteix


You could use the demo of CCS,  the help file, the examples,
and use the
board in CCS site.

I had the same problem and started with a book: PIC C from Nigel Gardner
and very good tutorials in general C you can find in web, like:

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