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1995\10\06@182601 by queens-belfast.ac.uk%UKACRL.bitnet

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Robin Abbott <spam_OUTfs34TakeThisOuTspamDIAL.PIPEX.COM> said;
> I am interested in John loch's message about C compilers. Having
> written a C compiler myself (many years ago for a Z80), then I
> became very aware of the need for masses of stack space! I just
> can't see this on any of the PIC's in the 5X,6x,7x series unless
> perhaps the 74 offers enough RAM.

I think that in the case of PICs the benefits of a C compiler
are very limited especially with regard to size of code. One
could produce a C interpreter with some intermediate 'P' code
much like your ETI PIC Basic project though, which needs extra
ram but is ideal for projects where timing isn't too critical.
I'm a firm believer in a good set of assembler macros ;-)

Speaking of Basic, do you have any intentions of slapping
a GNU copyleft license on your PIC Basic ?

Would anyone be interested in;

o An alternative PIC assembler (primarily for Unix-like operating systems)
o A PIC Basic interpreter

I don't have either of these I may add but I could be persuaded
to spend a *small* amount of time on them. All work would be GNU licensed.
Alternatively if anyone else wants to do it please go ahead !

--
John P

1995\10\06@233343 by Stuart Allman

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> o An alternative PIC assembler (primarily for Unix-like operating systems)
> o A PIC Basic interpreter
>
>I don't have either of these I may add but I could be persuaded
>to spend a *small* amount of time on them. All work would be GNU licensed.
>Alternatively if anyone else wants to do it please go ahead !
>


I'd like to see an assembler for my PIC START kit for unix.  Would this be
distributed
as source code or binary?  What Unix platforms would be supported?  I'd like
to see the tools for Solaris and Linix.

Stuart Allman
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'(no subject)'
1996\04\29@000625 by David/Wanda Benson
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We would like to join your discussion group.  Can you place us on this
list with the above email address or do you need something further for
this to happen?  Dues, maybe?  Thank you very much.  Wanda Benson

1996\04\29@005818 by Don McKenzie

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On Mon, 29 Apr 1996, David/Wanda Benson wrote:
> We would like to join your discussion group.  Can you place us on this
> list with the above email address or do you need something further for
> this to happen?  Dues, maybe?  Thank you very much.  Wanda Benson
You are on the list now David/Wanda, go for it.

That book you were asking me about, I found Farnell's have it at around
$40US but remember what I said. Cheers Don...

Don McKenzie donmckspamKILLspamlabyrinth.net.au
DonTronics Tullamarine, Australia
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'(no subject)'
1996\10\02@164744 by Dmitry Kiryashov
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1) Does anybody write real-time DTMF
   decoder's code (algorithm, theoretical principle) for PIC16CXX
devices ?

2) The same question about little size real time
   kernel (mini multitasker) for PIC16CXX ?

Sorry if my questions are offtopic .

Dmitry.

1996\10\02@190746 by John Payson

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> 1) Does anybody write real-time DTMF
>     decoder's code (algorithm, theoretical principle) for PIC16CXX
> devices ?

Theoretically possible; some solutions have been given that work in some
"sheltered" situations (e.g. where the DTMF will be clean and of long
duration) but no generally-effective solution has been offered yet.

> 2) The same question about little size real time
>     kernel (mini multitasker) for PIC16CXX ?

The problem with a mini-kernel is that the PIC has no user-accessible stack.
As a result, there is no way an interrupt-based kernel could perform any
useful type of context switch.  Non-preemptive multitasking could be simul-
ated if nothing needs to be kept on the stack at switch-points; one method
would be to have the executive "call" each piece of user code which will
then RETLW the address of the next piece of that "thread".  Otherwise a
good technique is to have an "as-often-as-possible" routine which does all
the time-critical stuff and just have the main program call that routine
periodically.


'(no subject)'
1997\02\06@122419 by tumilty
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Has anybody built Octavio's pic pro programmer if so how does it work.

1997\02\06@214123 by Dave and Sandy Thomas

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How do I remove myself from this mailing list?

Thanks,

Dave Thomas

1997\02\14@221320 by ronchiu

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Please take me off the piclist.

1997\02\19@100509 by vikrambaja

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Hi,

I would like to be removed from PIC LIST.

My email is .....vikramKILLspamspam.....india22.matramhs.fr

Thanks,

Vikram
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1997\02\20@204733 by Tony Matthews

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hey guys have I been here to long ? is this not the current command
address I wanna go on vacation and do'nt wanna get shot by my ISP.
Thanks for any data  seeya.
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1997\02\21@063254 by Wolfram Liebchen

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>address I wanna go on vacation and do'nt wanna get shot by my ISP.
>Thanks for any data  seeya.
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'(no subject)'
1997\09\23@074101 by Gyugyo
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UNSUBSRIBE ME PLEASE FROM THE PICLIST


'(no subject)'
1997\10\17@174123 by Juan Lage
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I need buy an LM032L display made for Hitachi, but I don4t find this
equipment in my country (Venezuela).

I want to know in where place can I buy this equipment,

Thanks in advance

Guillermo Uzcategui

1997\10\18@162404 by Eric van Es

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Juan Lage wrote:

> I need buy an LM032L display made for Hitachi, but I don4t find this
> equipment in my country (Venezuela).
>
> I want to know in where place can I buy this equipment,
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Guillermo Uzcategui

You aren't all that far from America are you?

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'(no subject)'
1998\02\11@142636 by rstadler
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1998\02\27@220642 by Gary

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1998\05\08@002206 by Dale Stemen
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Please remove me from discussion group.

1998\05\10@143821 by Morgan Olsson

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'(no subject)'
1998\06\14@215545 by Dale Stemen
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1998\09\11@122552 by DannyCline
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'(no subject)'
1998\10\20@022408 by Radoni Calin
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Hello everybody !
   Can someone tell me why my PIC16C84 is resetting when I acces the
OPTION register, or when he execute a CLRWDT instruction, when WDT is
not enabled ?
   Thanks, Calin.


'(no subject)'
1998\12\26@145525 by Mohammad Mustafa Qureshi
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1998\12\28@091023 by mats

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1999\01\22@130519 by onil
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'(no subject)'
1999\02\10@173503 by Dave Mullenix
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Alan King <spamBeGoneshadedemonSTOPspamspamEraseMEMINDSPRING.COM> wrote:


>  My software opens chutes a little early or late.  The 1 in 1000 guy
>gets down and finds out his fail-safe wasn't working.  He feels lucky
>and sings my praises that even when the software was intentionally
>screwed up and the fail-safe malfunctioned, he got down ok, if not as
>planned.

If your software opens the parachute a little early, you may kill
someone.  When a skydiver falling at 120 MPH hits somebody's canopy,
it's like slamming into a brick wall.  Bones (including necks and backs)
get broken and lives get ended.  Standard procedure is to make sure
nobody's above you when you open your canopy and to keep an eagle eye on
anybody below you in case they don't see you and open anyway.

It's even worse if your software opens a reserve chute INSIDE the
airplane.  When this happens, the canopy often gets sucked out through
the gap where the door doesn't quite meet the door frame.  It then
inflates and instantly stops moving.  Meanwhile, the airplane is still
traveling through the air at 100 MPH or faster.  And you are inside the
moving airplane, attached to the non-moving canopy with straps that are
strong enough to lift a truck.

What HAS HAPPENED in this situation is that the straps cut through the
door frame and the side of the airplane (and anybody who's in the way)
and then you get pulled right through the aluminum side of the plane.
As our instructor said, "At that point, all your problems are over."
Usually, the problems are over for everybody on the plane within a
minute or two.  We were shown pictures of one plane that managed to land
after one of these incidents and you could see right where the guy got
pulled through the metal wall of the airplane.  It was a surprisingly
small hole.

I vote for a loud "BEEP!" when something malfunctions.

Dave Mullenix

1999\02\10@175201 by dave vanhorn

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>What HAS HAPPENED in this situation is that the straps cut through the
>door frame and the side of the airplane (and anybody who's in the way)
>and then you get pulled right through the aluminum side of the plane.
>As our instructor said, "At that point, all your problems are over."
>Usually, the problems are over for everybody on the plane within a
>minute or two.  We were shown pictures of one plane that managed to land
>after one of these incidents and you could see right where the guy got
>pulled through the metal wall of the airplane.  It was a surprisingly
>small hole.
>
>I vote for a loud "BEEP!" when something malfunctions.


The conclusion I've come to here, is that I don't want a microprocessor
controlling my chute.
This sounds a whole lot like the oldest bad idea in rocketry, the
remote-controller launcher.

1999\02\10@181058 by Wagner Lipnharski

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> The conclusion I've come to here, is that I don't want
> a microprocessor controlling my chute.
> This sounds a whole lot like the oldest bad idea in rocketry,
> the remote-controller launcher.

If well done with several sensors and fail-safe procedures,
it can be done, if not, we need to remove all the air-bags
and electronic ignitions from our cars, not talking about
a 747 or a F-22 doing auto-landing based on electronics...

Hmmm, well, yeah, I know, they don't use cheap
microcontrollers... hmmm, it's better they do not!

Wagner Lipnharski.

1999\02\10@183734 by andy

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I vote none of you get a chute and I stand behind you with my big boots on
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1999\02\10@191046 by dave vanhorn

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At 06:09 PM 2/10/99 -0500, Wagner Lipnharski wrote:
>> The conclusion I've come to here, is that I don't want
>> a microprocessor controlling my chute.
>> This sounds a whole lot like the oldest bad idea in rocketry,
>> the remote-controller launcher.
>
>If well done with several sensors and fail-safe procedures,
>it can be done, if not, we need to remove all the air-bags
>and electronic ignitions from our cars, not talking about
>a 747 or a F-22 doing auto-landing based on electronics...

In the auto-land case, there's a pair of pilots there watching it, and
ready to take over in case of a problem, or to pull the eject handle.

Being a first responder, I can tell you that there is a real concern, and
several incidents have happened already, that the airbags don't always
deploy in a crash, but will deploy afterward, during the time you are
working on a patient. They tell you loud long and often to watch where you
set your gear in the car, because the airbags can trigger and shove your
gear into someone's face.

1999\02\10@215337 by Wagner Lipnharski

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dave vanhorn wrote:
> In the auto-land case, there's a pair of pilots there watching it, and
> ready to take over in case of a problem, or to pull the eject handle.
>
> Being a first responder, I can tell you that there is a real concern, and
> several incidents have happened already, that the airbags don't always
> deploy in a crash, but will deploy afterward, during the time you are
> working on a patient. They tell you loud long and often to watch where you
> set your gear in the car, because the airbags can trigger and shove your
> gear into someone's face.


I agree with you, but I think at the bottom line, air bags saved
much more people than killed them.  It is not totally safe and
not 100% trustable, but please don't take them from my car :)

We are just at the dawn of the blossom technology we started 50
years ago, it is somehow acceptable live with its inperfections
and try to sleep well at night.

                 LONG LIVE TO THE Win98!!!
                          (:)


Wagner Lipnharski
UST Research Inc.

1999\02\11@171725 by Mark Willis

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dave vanhorn wrote:
> Being a first responder, I can tell you that there is a real concern, and
> several incidents have happened already, that the airbags don't always
> deploy in a crash, but will deploy afterward, during the time you are
> working on a patient. They tell you loud long and often to watch where you
> set your gear in the car, because the airbags can trigger and shove your
> gear into someone's face.

 Too bad there's not a safety pin of any kind on there (If you've
looked at or worked on military aircraft, you know that ejection seats
ALWAYS have safety pins to prevent accidental firings, for similar
reasons.)  A fuse that safety crews could remove with a special tool
would make a lot of sense to me, were I a car designer.  (Said fuse to
just power the airbags, period.)  That'd be an improvement.  Could be
that a pin that would force a knife to cut the airbag into ribbons would
be an alternative, but good luck implementing that.  Probably only
lawsuits will get the manufacturers' attention, sadly.

 (And thanks for the info, I haven't done first aid classes for a while
but that caveat is a good idea - though I try not to encounter accidents
<G>)

 Mark

1999\02\11@180645 by dave vanhorn

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>  (And thanks for the info, I haven't done first aid classes for a while
>but that caveat is a good idea - though I try not to encounter accidents
><G>)
>
>  Mark


You can imagine the result, deploying with a full med kit on top.
Not good.

1999\02\11@190127 by Mark Willis

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dave vanhorn wrote:
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> >
> >  (And thanks for the info, I haven't done first aid classes for a while
> >but that caveat is a good idea - though I try not to encounter accidents
> ><G>)
> >
> >  Mark
>
> You can imagine the result, deploying with a full med kit on top.
> Not good.

 Yup, too true!  I've been joking with another anti-UBE volunteer (i.e.
Anti-SPAM) about making a SPAM cannon, to launch cans of SPAM at
SPAMmers, similar pain levels here only with a heavier projectile, and a
far less deserving "target" downrange...  Probably similar "muzzle"
velocities, too.  That'd add injury AND insult, to injury...

 Mark, "Let's not and say we didn't."

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'(no subject)'
1999\04\03@230734 by MAnst72033
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All,

Responses from my previous posting left me thinking....

a) You all think my control is not good enough...
b) Those of you who were intersted didn't know what to do with an ocx
file??????
c) You thought that it was sooooo off topic you didn't care to reply
d) You are using it, thought that it was ok but are unknown.  There could be
1 or 1000 people or more using the thing.

However, the fruits of my labour are still available for free. I have inpoved
the original control design, I've added a few persistancy, events and
generally tidied up the code so HAVE FUN with it!   If any of you are wary
about unsigned activeX controls you should be, they can do a lot of damage.


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1999\04\03@230734 by MAnst72033

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part 0 1533 bytes content-type:application/octet-string; name="MARKSL~1.OCX"Responses from my previous posting left me thinking....

a) You all think my control is not good enough...
b) Those of you who were intersted didn't know what to do with an ocx
file??????
c) You thought that it was sooooo off topic you didn't care to reply
d) You are using it, thought that it was ok but are unknown.  There could be
1 or 1000 people or more using the thing.

However, the fruits of my labour are still available for free. I have inpoved
the original control design, I've added a few persistancy, events and
generally tidied up the code so HAVE FUN with it!   If any of you are wary
about unsigned activeX controls you should be, they can do a lot of damage.
BUT as a regular piclister, I feel it is a duty to share my efforts, this is,
of course, what this list is all about.

Please try my control, any commetnts are taken seriosuly and may be included
in the next release.  Good luck and godspeed to you all and happy easter,

Cheers,

Mark.

PS I've been working really hard on a 7-segment display with decimal point.
If any of you guys/gals are interested then I will post it here.  You can
select digits between 0 - 9 and display the decimal point if required in
either green or red.  Please, please get back to me, I enjoy your feedback.
You can e-mail me privately at spamBeGoneMAnst72033spamKILLspamaol.com if you wish.

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1999\04\04@203420 by Donald Brown

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I (and probably many others) read the list daily and seldom make any
contributions, however I very much appreciate any and everyone who is generous
enough to post and make available their ideas, projects and developments for
others to learn from. It seems to be a human frailty to jump to critisizism and
slow to give praise. Please don't let this discourage those who have and want
to contribute to the list.

I'm also not sure how the ocx file is utilized, if I missed the explanation I
would appreciate one by private email.

Thanks to all
Don



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1999\04\05@004057 by Hans Blichfeldt

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Could you please try to include a subject - I cannot find the thread and I
have
no clues to what you are talking about.

Best reagards,
Hans



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;==================================
;        cpu equates (memory map)
portb        equ        0x06
;==================================
       org        0x000
;
start        movlw        0x00        ;load W with 0x00
       tris        portb        ;copy W tristate, port B
;                                outputs        
       movelw        0x0f        ;load W with 0x0F
       movewf        portb        ;load port B with contents
;                                  of W
circle        goto        circle        ;done
;
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;at blast time, select:
;        memory unprotected
;        watchdog timer disabled (default is enabled)
;        standard crystal (using 4 MHz osc for test)
;        power-up timer on
                               


'(no subject)'
1999\05\10@083611 by Larry Fostano
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Can I read a 12c509a chip with my pic 16f 16c trainer?

1999\05\10@084224 by ebos
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1999\05\10@183138 by Larry Fostano

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I have a 12c509a chip and would like to ask the dumb question if the Pic
16c/f84 programmer could read the code on this chip.I was led to believe it
would but somehow don't believe it.

1999\05\10@190041 by James Cameron

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Larry Fostano wrote:
> I have a 12c509a chip and would like to ask the dumb question if the
> Pic 16c/f84 programmer could read the code on this chip.I was led to
> believe it would but somehow don't believe it.

It can.  There may need to be some minor changes to wiring to ensure
that the pins match up properly ... I've done that myself on one
programmer.  Check the schematic for connections to the 8 pin pinout.

It also helps to have suitable software.

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1999\05\10@221809 by Glen

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dontronics has info on converting to read & prog. the 8 pin pics(lookup
dt001)

James Cameron wrote:

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1999\05\12@032415 by Dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hi,
theoretically yes, as it supports ICSP as 16C/F84 do. Practically, it
depends on the hard-/firmware bcus 12C509A has 12-bit kernel contrary to
16C/F84 which have 14.
I hope this helps.
Imre


On Mon, 10 May 1999, Larry Fostano wrote:

> I have a 12c509a chip and would like to ask the dumb question if the Pic
> 16c/f84 programmer could read the code on this chip.I was led to believe it
> would but somehow don't believe it.
>
>


'(no subject)'
1999\06\26@142117 by Nick Taylor
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My apologies to all!  The previous no subject post was supposed to
go only to the spammer ... not to the group, but my dyslexic fingers
didn't cooperate.  Sorry.
Nick

Nick Taylor wrote:
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> +++DELETE+++
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> Gabriel Caffese wrote:
> > Hi, Piclisters
> > Excuse me, but it is very important!!


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1999\09\19@143511 by Onil Germain
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1999\09\19@144133 by Sean H. Breheny

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Its very short,but this might be a candidate for the PICLIST T-shirt,too!

At 02:26 PM 9/19/99 -0400, you wrote:
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'(no subject)'
2000\01\04@091054 by jm electronics
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Is ADPCM the same as .wav ?

2000\01\04@095853 by Somasundaram Meiyappan

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Not all .wav files are ADPCM coded. But we do have ADPCM coded .wav files.
Does this answer your question?

Regards,
Somasundaram Meiyappan
At 09:13 AM 1/4/00 -0500, you wrote:
>Is ADPCM the same as .wav ?

2000\01\04@101919 by jm electronics

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Somasundaram Meiyappan wrote:

> Not all .wav files are ADPCM coded. But we do have ADPCM coded .wav files.
> Does this answer your question?
>
> Regards,
> Somasundaram Meiyappan
> At 09:13 AM 1/4/00 -0500, you wrote:
> >Is ADPCM the same as .wav ?

I am trying to build a .wav player using a pic16c65a and the only data I could
find in microchip application
notes AN643 was an ADPCM chematic and source code. I was wondering if this
data will play .wav file?

2000\01\04@170635 by quozl

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On Tue, Jan 04, 2000 at 10:21:56AM -0500, jm electronics wrote:
> I was wondering if this data will play .wav file?

Only if it is an ADPCM format .WAV file.  Convert it.  Sox on Linux.

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2000\05\17@045254 by Ismael M. Khangane
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2005\02\05@152506 by Peter Meleschko
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