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'[PICLIST] Using the PICs in-circuit debugger vs. a'
2000\12\20@043309 by Neil Gandler

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I have a design that uses a PIC16C77.
I originally was going to install a 40-pin ZIF socket, so
I can hook up my ICEPIC emulator to perform in-circuit
debugging. Since a 40-pin ZIF socket takes up
quite a bit of PCB space, I was happy when I found
out about the PIC16F877 which is pin-to-pin compatable
with a PIC16c77. The PIC16F877 comes in a small
surface mount package and allows for in-circuit debugging.
What do you give up with in-circuit bebugging versus
using an external emulator such as an ICEPIC?
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