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1996\09\10@115649 by Ted Linn

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Please add me to your mailing list.  I have been told that you have an
archive of pic related documents.  Please tell me how I can access these.

Thanks.

Ted Linn
Assistant Research Engineer
Research Instruments Group
Chemistry Department
333 Whitmore Lab
University Park,  Pa.  16802
814-863-7107

1996\09\17@131853 by Ted Linn

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Please add me to your mailing list.  I have been told that you have an
archive of pic related documents.  Please tell me how I can access these.

Thanks.

Ted Linn
Assistant Research Engineer
Research Instruments Group
Chemistry Department
333 Whitmore Lab
University Park,  Pa.  16802
814-863-7107


'Re[2]: your mail'
1996\10\17@155839 by Norm LeMieux
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    Microchip "improved" the use of SFRs in the midrange with respect to
    the TRIS and OPTION registers such that they no longer require special
    (read: CISC-type) instructions. Using their namesake commands, one
    cannot perform bit-oriented operations on the registers and must rely
    upon a show register taking up RAM when one wishes to, say, change one
    pin from an input to an output [if implementing an IIC port in
    firmware].

    Fortunately, the registers that were placed in the 'other' bank are
    typically those used for setup, and are not mucked with generally. So,
    most initialization routines go over there, muck with ALL the
    registers, then come back and STAY THERE. Not a requirement, simply a
    normal MO.

    Norm LeMieux
    MCHIP FAE/NW


'TAKE ME OFF YOUR MAILING LIST'
1998\05\20@074645 by russellb
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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,
PLEASE TAKE ME OFF THIS MAILING LIST IMMEDIATELY, I DON'T KNOW HOW I GOT  
ON IT, I AM RECEIVING MAIL SENT TO spam_OUTPICLISTTakeThisOuTspamMITVA.MIT.EDU, IT IS CLOGGING  
UP ALL MY EMAIL
THANKS,
R BLACKMORE
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From:  .....clydeKILLspamspam@spam@htsoft.com
Sent:  Tuesday, May 19, 1998 9:26 PM
To:  PICLISTspamKILLspammitvma.mit.edu
Subject:  Re: C compiler in java

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On Wed, Jan 28, 1998 at 10:26:45PM -0500, Herbert Graf wrote:
>         Here to with the same, except of course file operations don't  
work.
For
> that you have to download the Java from SUN. TTYL


Actually, you only need the JRE (Java Runtime Environment) not the whole
JDK. The JRE 1.1.4 is about 2.5MB as a download.


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1998\05\20@113122 by Martin Green

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    Since we can't see your email address in your posting, no-one here can
    do it for you, but you can do it by sending an email to
    LISTSERVspamspam_OUTMITVMA.MIT.EDU with UNSUBSCRIBE PICLIST in the body of the
    message.  You can leave the subject line blank.

    Sorry I couldn't reply to this directly,

    Martin R. Green


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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,
PLEASE TAKE ME OFF THIS MAILING LIST IMMEDIATELY, I DON'T KNOW HOW I GOT
ON IT, I AM RECEIVING MAIL SENT TO KILLspamPICLISTKILLspamspamMITVA.MIT.EDU, IT IS CLOGGING
UP ALL MY EMAIL
THANKS,
R BLACKMORE
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Sent:  Tuesday, May 19, 1998 9:26 PM
To:  spamBeGonePICLISTspamBeGonespammitvma.mit.edu
Subject:  Re: C compiler in java

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On Wed, Jan 28, 1998 at 10:26:45PM -0500, Herbert Graf wrote:
>         Here to with the same, except of course file operations don't
work.
For
> that you have to download the Java from SUN. TTYL


Actually, you only need the JRE (Java Runtime Environment) not the whole
JDK. The JRE 1.1.4 is about 2.5MB as a download.


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'OT Re: your mail'
1998\07\16@112415 by Engineering Department
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Wrote them a letter asking to be taken off their spam list.
Sent copy to the California Attorney General.

Odd thing is that I couldn't find the California Attorney General's
e-mail address.  (thought I'd give it to the Spammers as a way
to get some results).

Cheers,

Win Wiencke


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'please take me off your mailing list..thanks'
1998\08\26@004624 by andyv
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Please take me off your mailing list thanks

1998\08\26@013143 by Jason Tuendemann

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>Please take me off your mailing list thanks
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Please take your self of the list THANKS.

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'[PICLIST] your mail'
2000\07\20@032247 by Vasile Surducan
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Steve don't cry!
try the same message to: EraseMElistservspamspamspamBeGonemitvma.mit.edu

On Wed, 19 Jul 2000, Steve Hajducek wrote:

> unsubsribe
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'[PICLIST] your mail'
2000\10\06@083523 by Dale Botkin
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On Fri, 6 Oct 2000, Andy Howard wrote:

> Does anyone know of any not-too-expensive computer-based training for the C
> language? Something that's embedded-oriented would be great, but almost
> anything would do to get me jump-started. It doesn't have to be CBT but that
> seems like a good way to learn programming and I know from previous threads
> that books on C for embedded applications are uncommon.

Right there with you, guy.  I was wxactly where you're at a few months ago
(curiously, for very similar reasons).  I looked all over the Web for
free tutorials (I'm a cheap SOB at heart) and found not a whole lot.
There were a few good things out there, though.  I use(d):

* CC5X free version
* A very nice tutorial in RTF format from Forrest at
http://www.fored.co.uk
* A few hours with "Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days", I think it's a Sams
book. Yes, I know, C++ != C, but it helps and I already owned the book.
There is also "Teach Yourself C in xx Days" available.  They're quite good
in my opinion, even though they're not embedded-oriented.
* Many hours playing with my own programs.  A couple of hours looking at
other people's programs, though this produced more confusion than anything
else.  Microchip AN724 is a good read, especially since I think it has a
bearing on what you're trying to do.

I then switched to CCS C instead of CC5X after a couple of weeks of
research.  I have heard Hi-Tech C is excellent, but at $850 it was simply
way beyond my price range.  They do have a free version that does 16F84
only, but I needed to be able to handle larger programs and
bigger/different chips.

One thing I've noticed is that there is a lot of difference between PIC C
compilers.  You need to do a lot of research and look at the features of
each.  Once you commit to one, porting code from one to another will lie
somewhere between "Major pain in the I/O port" and impossible without a
complete rewrite.  Pick up a compiler you can live with for a long time.

I have heard several people refer to using Borland C or MS VC++.  My son
uses VC++ and I've seen Code Warrior, both of which have very nice looking
IDEs.  I have no clue how you'd get PIC object code out of one of them,
though.

Dale
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discoveries, is not "Eureka!" (I found it!) but "That's funny ..."
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2000\10\06@093543 by Andy Howard

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From: "Dale Botkin" <daleSTOPspamspamspam_OUTBOTKIN.ORG>
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> On Fri, 6 Oct 2000, Andy Howard wrote:
>
> > Does anyone know of any not-too-expensive computer-based training for
the C
> > language? Something that's embedded-oriented would be great, but almost
> > anything would do to get me jump-started. It doesn't have to be CBT but
that
> > seems like a good way to learn programming and I know from previous
threads
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Excellent, thanks for that Dale, I'll get on the case with the Sams book
this afternoon. The trouble with these learning a language books is that
there are so many, and since by definition I don't yet know whether the info
in them is any good it's really hard to choose.
I've got the Forest document, it's that which gave me the confidence that I
might actually be able to learn to use C.

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Yes, I'm a bit daunted by the cost of some of these tools too. I know that a
good professional tool is a worthwhile investment but the thick end of a
grand is big money for a small business like mine, and then there's the
ongoing fees for upgrades and support that many companies charge. Not
something where I can afford to make a mistake. I've not got to the stage
where I can sensibly define what I need in a C compiler yet, but it looks
like this will be a tricky decision to make in a few weeks time.






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2000\10\06@105102 by M. Adam Davis

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There are a whole slew of language tutorials (free) here:
http://goforit.unk.edu/cscourse.htm

They are by didfferent authors, and those I've looked through are well done.  C,
80x86 assembler, 8051 micros, VB, pascal, unix intro, etc.

I hope this helps!

-Adam

Dale Botkin wrote:
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> On Fri, 6 Oct 2000, Andy Howard wrote:
>
> > Does anyone know of any not-too-expensive computer-based training for the C
> > language? Something that's embedded-oriented would be great, but almost
> > anything would do to get me jump-started. It doesn't have to be CBT but that
> > seems like a good way to learn programming and I know from previous threads
> > that books on C for embedded applications are uncommon.ams

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2000\10\06@145437 by Andy Howard

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From: "M. Adam Davis" <KILLspamadavisspamBeGonespamUBASICS.COM>
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> There are a whole slew of language tutorials (free) here:
> http://goforit.unk.edu/cscourse.htm
>
> They are by different authors, and those I've looked through are well
done.  C,
> 80x86 assembler, 8051 micros, VB, pascal, unix intro, etc.

Excellent stuff Adam! Lots of good stuff there, and an excellent selection
of links too.

Many thanks for pointng it out.





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'[PICLIST] your mail'
2001\02\02@190541 by Scott Dattalo
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On Sat, 3 Feb 2001, Peter L. Peres wrote:



On Sat, 3 Feb 2001, Peter L. Peres wrote:

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The NEC is a laser printer. I got it because ink jets are too slow and my wife,
who primarily uses the printer, hates that. She's the boss. I don't have printer
recommendations otherwise. I have an epson 640 inkjet connected to my Linux box
as well. It works perfectly fine, besides being slow. I never used it to make
PCB transfers though.

>
> tia,
>
> Peter
>
> PS: I tried to to send mail to @spam@Scott@spam@spamspam_OUTdattalo.com and someplace called
> blackhat.net gave me an access denied (SMTP 550) response. Is this
> supposed to happen ?

Hmm. It should work - I did get this piclist message. blackhat.net hosts my
domain.

Now how ironic. I get a "address blocked" when I try to send directly to you...
Maybe you shouldn't be port scanning my isp. :)

Regards,
Scott

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'[OT]: Re: your mail'
2001\02\03@080041 by Peter L. Peres

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Hi Scott,

I think that you should have a little word with your domain provider. I
did not scan any ports anywhere anyway so someone is doing something
wrong imho.

Thanks for the answer wrt. printer.

Peter

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