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2001\08\18@101004 by Peter L. Peres

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Hi,

I am looking for the 16x6xx programming specification PDF document. Since
I am not brave enough to turn on Java I have used the text and graphical
versions of the Microchip website. I have the datahseet but I am unable to
locate the programming specification.

If anyone could point me in the right direction please.

thanks,

Peter

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2001\08\18@142427 by wzab

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On Sat, Aug 18, 2001 at 05:09:00PM +0300, Peter L. Peres wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I am looking for the 16x6xx programming specification PDF document. Since
> I am not brave enough to turn on Java I have used the text and graphical
> versions of the Microchip website. I have the datahseet but I am unable to
> locate the programming specification.
>
Right on the first page of http://www.microchip.com (in the "graphics" mode)
there is a link in the rightmost column:
"Programming specifications" -> www.microchip.com/10/lit/suppdoc/specs/index.htm
The 16x66 is there:
http://www.microchip.com/10/lit/suppdoc/specs/30228k/index.htm (index)
http://www.microchip.com/Download/lit/suppdoc/specs/30228k.pdf (the file
itself)
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2001\08\19@122847 by Dave Mumert

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Hi Peter

You could try adding http://www.microchip.com to your trusted sites list.

The pointers to the specs are at
http://www.microchip.com/10/lit/suppdoc/specs/index.htm

It seems to work fine with scripting turned off.

Dave

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2001\08\19@145320 by Chris Carr

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If you go to the Microchip Website. On the opening page, on the Right Hand
Side, under "Items of Interest" the 4th item is "Programming
Specifications". If you click on that it takes you to another page that
lists all the programming specifications. Just select the one you want.

Chris Carr

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2001\08\20@084337 by Olin Lathrop
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> I am looking for the 16x6xx programming specification PDF document. Since
> I am not brave enough to turn on Java I have used the text and graphical
> versions of the Microchip website. I have the datahseet but I am unable to
> locate the programming specification.

It's still there.  I don't use the Java interface to the Microchip site
either because it's too slow.  Start at Literature and work your way down.


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2001\08\20@133737 by Peter L. Peres

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Dave Mumert <dmumertspamspam_OUTTELUSPLANET.NET> wrote:
> The pointers to the specs are at
> http://www.microchip.com/10/lit/suppdoc/specs/index.htm

Thanks a bunch Dave.

I don't know about you and I will not bash anyone but even the Javascript
edition of the microchip site does something to my older Netscape browser.
So I do not dare turn Java on at all (except when I test programs on my
own intranet/server(s)).

Peter

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