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2001\03\06@114354 by Dave Miller

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Hello Folks,

I am currently working on my first PIC project.  I have been using AVR's and
MCS51 processors for over 13 years.  My first project is based on a 12C509
processor and to be honest the only reason I am using it is because of poor
availability of the AVRTiny's.  I really want to start diving in and playing
with it so I am looking for a good repository of example source code.  There
is an appnote on microchips site that is exactly what I am trying to do with
this project it is titled "Electromechanical Switch Replacement."  Does
anyone know where microchip stores it's example source code?  I can retype
the whole code listed in the appnote but I type real slow and I want to
start playing today.

Thanks,
Dave Miller
Engineering
iescontrols.com <http://www.iescontrols.com/>
Gig Harbor, WA 98332

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2001\03\06@171523 by Dal Wheeler

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Er, you do know that you can cut/past out of .pdf files right?  click on the
little T w/ dotted line box icon and copy.
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2001\03\06@174413 by Dave Miller

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Er, Duuuuhhhhh.

Thanks,
Dave Miller
Engineering
iescontrols.com
Gig Harbor, WA

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Subject:        Re: [PIC]: Newbie and question about finding source code

Er, you do know that you can cut/past out of .pdf files right?  click on the
little T w/ dotted line box icon and copy.
----- Original Message -----
From: Dave Miller <.....MillerKILLspamspam.....IESBATH.COM>
Subject: [PIC]: Newbie and question about finding source code



> this project it is titled "Electromechanical Switch Replacement."  Does
> anyone know where microchip stores it's example source code?  I can retype
> the whole code listed in the appnote but I type real slow and I want to
> start playing today.

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2001\03\06@184322 by Dave Miller

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Dal,

Thanks for reminding me about that feature in Acrobat.  I am now done
entering the source code.  Much faster that my 2-finger (sometimes 4)
typing.

Dave Miller
Engineering
iescontrols.com
Gig Harbor, WA

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2001\03\09@224843 by Jeethu Rao

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Dave Miller  Wrote:
>Does
> anyone know where microchip stores it's example source code?  I can retype
> the whole code listed in the appnote but I type real slow and I want to
> start playing today.
>
> Thanks,
> Dave Miller
> Engineering
> iescontrols.com <http://www.iescontrols.com/>
> Gig Harbor, WA 98332
>
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Dear Dave,
Your problem is way too simple. I remember reading a similar problem on
PICList. I hope you are reading the PDF version of the APP Note. All you
need to do in Acrobat Reader (Any Version) is that you have to click on the
"T" Image on the toolbar and you can select text from the PDF file.  then,
you can copy the text into any text editor like notepad or MPLAB.

Regards

Jeethu Rao
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2001\03\14@102923 by Mina Nichols

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Oh MY GOD!!  I've suffered for years not knowing that very useful tid bit.
Now I feel much better about all the other mail I've had to wade through to
get to this one very useful message!
Thanks!
-Mina Nichols


At 03:10 PM 3/6/01 -0700, you wrote:
>Er, you do know that you can cut/past out of .pdf files right?  click on the
>little T w/ dotted line box icon and copy.
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