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1998\09\25@160852 by avs

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Good Day everyone.
My name is miki. I am still at school preparing for my junior exam next
term. I an very interested in the Pic16f84 Programming  I was presented
recently with a special gift from my Mom, one of those Pickaxe-A kit
from DonTronics. I understand that this module when completed can do
various things, what I am most interested in at this moment is just to
program the pic16f84. Can anyone advise on how to go about the basic
assembly, like what parts to use?
The kit includes two pc. boards, one DT001 rev. C and a smaller board DT
101
rev. A  plus multiple parts. I was made to understand I do not have to
use all these parts if I am just concentrating on the 16f84 at the
moment, I will be very thankful if anyone can assist?. I don t want to
go about using the wrong parts and damage the chips etc.
Thank You.


Miki.
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1998\09\26@001333 by Don McKenzie

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Michael Bailey wrote:
>
> Good Day everyone.
> My name is miki. I am still at school preparing for my junior exam next
> term. I an very interested in the Pic16f84 Programming  I was presented
> recently with a special gift from my Mom, one of those Pickaxe-A kit
> from DonTronics. I understand that this module when completed can do
> various things, what I am most interested in at this moment is just to
> program the pic16f84. Can anyone advise on how to go about the basic
> assembly, like what parts to use?
> The kit includes two pc. boards, one DT001 rev. C and a smaller board DT
> 101
> rev. A  plus multiple parts. I was made to understand I do not have to
> use all these parts if I am just concentrating on the 16f84 at the
> moment, I will be very thankful if anyone can assist?. I don t want to
> go about using the wrong parts and damage the chips etc.

Hi Miki, See:
http://www.dontronics.com/dt001cha.html
This is the long hand version of the instructions which includes the
schematics, overlays, software, in fact everything for this load and run
(that means the 84 never leaves the socket) programmer.

See:
http://www.dontronics.com/chat.html
This will give you the info to join the Simmstick user chat group. There
are a couple of hundred users on the list that have hung in long enough
to help me out with the newbie questions and answers before doing the
"Unsubscribe me too" thing. There are now over 2500 DT001 programmers
sold, so I hope most have them working. :-)

I bet your mom is Thelma? We had a nice long chat.

Don McKenzie  .....donKILLspamspam@spam@dontronics.com   http://www.dontronics.com

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1998\09\26@011837 by paulb

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Don McKenzie wrote (regarding another list):

> There are a couple of hundred users on the list that have hung in long
> enough to help me out with the newbie questions and answers before
> doing the "Unsubscribe me too" thing.

 They're a pretty quiet lot by comparison though. ;-)

> There are now over 2500 DT001 programmers sold, so I hope most have
> them working. :-)

 Orrigh, orright, I'm getting there!
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 Cheers,
       Paul B.

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