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'[PIC]: C COMPILER BOOKS'
2003\08\31@004838 by Ali, Salah A

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Please could some one help me in finding and source books for
programming PIC using C language? I have found one book but it is our of
print at Amazon










PIC C : An Introduction to Programming the Microchip PIC in C.
by Nigel
<www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/search-handle-url/index=books&field-a
uthor=Gardner%2C%20Nigel/002-1693726-5788844>  Gardner



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2003\08\31@075046 by kben

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Try,
http://www.phanderson.com/icd/tutorial.html
www.phanderson.com/PIC/PICC/pic_c_routines.html
Peter has some good examples on his web pages and recommends a few
C progrmming books to try.

~Kevin

>Please could some one help me in finding and source books for
>programming PIC using C language? I have found one book but it is our of
>print at Amazon

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2003\08\31@092326 by Olin Lathrop

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> Please could some one help me in finding and source books for
> programming PIC using C language? I have found one book but it is our of
> print at Amazon

Why not just read the manual for whatever compiler you are using?


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2003\08\31@110129 by Nick Veys

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Very true.  If you already know C, then it's silly to read a whole book just
to learn 1 or 2 new things about how to use a new compiler.

And if you DON'T know C already, well, learning it for a Microcontroller
first would be a horrible way to start IMO.

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> > Please could some one help me in finding and source books for
> > programming PIC using C language? I have found one book but
> it is our
> > of print at Amazon
>
> Why not just read the manual for whatever compiler you are using?

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'[PIC]: C COMPILER BOOKS'
2003\09\01@020019 by Kari Lehikko
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If you really want to learn to programming, I would suggest an ANSI compiler (MPLAB-C18 and IAR are the ones available for 18Fxxx) and A nice ANSI C book like "Kernighan-Ritchie: The C Programming
language" ISBN 0-13-110362-8. Learning ANSI C is always a good idea.

- Kari

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2003\09\01@032308 by Denny Esterline

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While I agree with the other's that learning C for the PIC is best done
after you have a foundation in C, there are some books that do deal
specificly with the various variants of C for microcontrolers. Here are some
places to start:

http://www.ccsinfo.com/newtopiccbooks.html
http://www.devrs.com/pic/docs.php

I actualy have a copy of "PIC C - An introduction to programming the
Microchip PIC in C by Nigel Gardner". When I first started with PICs and C I
refered to that book more than to the compiler manual.

It's kinda old now (pre-windows), but I first learned C from a book called
"C programming using C++" by the Waite Group. Excelent read, I still keep it
on my shelf.

Good Luck
-Denny


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