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2000\02\19@160853 by Saurabh Sinha

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Hi

I am just about to start studying PIC programming. Are there any good sites
for beginners?

Thanks for your reply.

Saurabh

2000\02\19@172618 by Tim Hamel

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Saurabh,

Well, there's my site:

http://pc-tek.hypermart.net/pic.html

and Don McKenzie's site:

http://www.dontronics.com/piclinks.html


Good luck,

Tim Hamel


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2000\02\19@183044 by Carl Moser

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Saurabh -- the beginners tutorial that Tim Hamel has at
http://pc-tek.hypermart.net/pic.html is **Excellent*.  There is a lot of
information on the PIC but I especially found that one the most useful when
starting to learn PIC's.

--Carl Moser

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2000\02\21@103830 by - KITS EDUCACIONAIS NACIONAIS

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Try http://www.webring.com

And look for PIC

Miguel

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2000\02\25@170043 by Saurabh Sinha

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Hi,

I downloaded the guide at:

http://pc-tek.hypermart.net/pic.html
(quite an excellent guide)

However, I noticed that there are certain examples missing (that have been
referenced to...) eg. on subroutines are missing. Is there any place, where
I could download the complete guide?

Thanks in advance for the info.

Saurabh




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2000\02\25@170720 by Tim Hamel

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Hello,

Could you possibly give specific examples? The guide I have on my site is the
complete thing.

Regards,

Tim Hamel


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2000\02\26@152324 by Saurabh Sinha

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Thank you for your reply.

For instance subby.asm is referenced as an exercise but doesn't exist in the
Appendix. (The author says "See Subby.asm" but this file does not exist any
where in the guide). There are a few other such files.

Saurabh


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2000\02\26@154620 by ooifk

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Hi, Tim
I love this tutorial a lot.
Any idea where to get the micro chip application note mentioned in this
beginner's tutorial ?
PIC - DS30445A and MPASP - DS33014D.
I can't find in the Microchip web site.

Regards
FK OOI

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2000\02\26@182212 by Tim Hamel

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Well...this is perplexing, I'm not sure WHERE subby.asm is. Like you said, it
should be in the appendix, but isn't. The tutorial was distributed in whole
(and unmodified). I can't do anything about the errors.

Sorry,

Tim Hamel


In a message dated 2/26/00 12:23:35 PM Pacific Standard Time, ssinhaspamKILLspamIEEE.ORG
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> Thank you for your reply.
>
>  For instance subby.asm is referenced as an exercise but doesn't exist in
the
>  Appendix. (The author says "See Subby.asm" but this file does not exist any
>  where in the guide). There are a few other such files.
>
>  Saurabh

2000\02\26@182847 by Tim Hamel

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Hello,

I do not see this app note mentioned anywhere in this tutorial. Maybe if you
could give me a general area within the tutorial you saw it?

Regards,

Tim Hamel

In a message dated 2/26/00 12:46:26 PM Pacific Standard Time, .....ooifkKILLspamspam.....TM.NET.MY
writes:

> Hi, Tim
>  I love this tutorial a lot.
>  Any idea where to get the micro chip application note mentioned in this
>  beginner's tutorial ?
>  PIC - DS30445A and MPASP - DS33014D.
>  I can't find in the Microchip web site.
>
>  Regards
>  FK OOI

2000\02\27@082200 by ooifk

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Hi, Tim
Thank you for your replied.

I am downloaded this tutorial from your web site too, at foot note (page 6),
Mr Jim Brown noted as below:



****************************************************************************
***********************************************
The versions I have are: [PIC]- DS30445A, 1996; [MPASM]- DS33014D, 1995
 I have 3.22.02, 1997
 Foster, Caxton C. Real time programming- Neglected Topics. Addison Wesley
1981. Look at QA76.54.F67 (Library of Congress system) or 001.644 (Dewey) in
your library for this and similar books. Although of 1981 vintage, the code
in this book is readily adaptable to the PIC, and of course the principles
are still the same.)
****************************************************************************
***********************************************
The original Application note needed, believe it will be benefit to me (a
beginner).

Thank you
FK OOI

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2000\02\27@140945 by Tim Hamel

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Well..I can't find any reference to DS30445A in this tutorial at all. But..if
I'm not mistaken, you're probably needing the 16C84 datasheet. Since the 'F84
is the 'C84's big brother, you'll have to get that datasheet. Take a look at
Microchip's site: http://www.microchip.com.


Good luck,

Tim Hamel

In a message dated 2/27/00 5:22:14 AM Pacific Standard Time, EraseMEooifkspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTTM.NET.MY
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> Hi, Tim
>  Thank you for your replied.
>
>  I am downloaded this tutorial from your web site too, at foot note (page
6),
>  Mr Jim Brown noted as below:
>
>
>
>
****************************************************************************
>  ***********************************************
>   The versions I have are: [PIC]- DS30445A, 1996; [MPASM]- DS33014D, 1995
>    I have 3.22.02, 1997
>    Foster, Caxton C. Real time programming- Neglected Topics. Addison Wesley
>  1981. Look at QA76.54.F67 (Library of Congress system) or 001.644 (Dewey)
in
>  your library for this and similar books. Although of 1981 vintage, the code
>  in this book is readily adaptable to the PIC, and of course the principles
>  are still the same.)
>
****************************************************************************
>  ***********************************************
>  The original Application note needed, believe it will be benefit to me (a
>  beginner).
>
>  Thank you
>  FK OOI
>

2000\02\28@130242 by ooifk

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Hi, Tim

I got the 'F84'.
Any way, thank a lot.

Regards
FK OOI
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Date: Sunday, February 27, 2000 11:09 AM
Subject: Re: Basic PIC Programming


>Well..I can't find any reference to DS30445A in this tutorial at all.
But..if
>I'm not mistaken, you're probably needing the 16C84 datasheet. Since the
'F84
>is the 'C84's big brother, you'll have to get that datasheet. Take a look
at
>Microchip's site: http://www.microchip.com.
>
>
>Good luck,
>
>Tim Hamel
>
>In a message dated 2/27/00 5:22:14 AM Pacific Standard Time,
RemoveMEooifkTakeThisOuTspamTM.NET.MY
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Wesley
>>  1981. Look at QA76.54.F67 (Library of Congress system) or 001.644
(Dewey)
>in
>>  your library for this and similar books. Although of 1981 vintage, the
code
>>  in this book is readily adaptable to the PIC, and of course the
principles
>>  are still the same.)
>>
>***************************************************************************
*
>>  ***********************************************
>>  The original Application note needed, believe it will be benefit to me
(a
>>  beginner).
>>
>>  Thank you
>>  FK OOI
>>
>

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