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'Help for begineer PIC programmer'
1998\10\26@120257 by wong chok ming

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Hi to all fellow members,
May I introduce myself as Mr Wong Chok Ming and my address is at 85 prsn bunga raya. Taman On. Ipoh. 31650. Perak. Malaysia. My e-mail No: spam_OUTwcmingTakeThisOuTspamtm.net.my  . I am new to this site and PIC programming. I am very interested in learning how to program and run PIC, but so far no luck because I simply could  not find myself a starting point to learn and a source to obtain the necessary tools of trade and the necessary reading material.  After some months of search, I stumble on this site and hopefully get help to start learning PIC programming.  I am a hobbyist and electrician by trade, and it is my fervent hope that someone out here is kind enough to let a helping hand in my this pursuit.
Thanks and Best Regards to all of you.

1998\10\26@121421 by Dave VanHorn

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First, get over to http://www.microchip.com, and download MPLAB.
This is a simulator, very nice, that will allow you to run your
programs, as long as they do not rely too much on hardware outside the
chip.

If your needs are more basic, http://www.dontronics.com has a "Pic-N-Poke"
simulator that is very good at explaining what happens in the chip. He
also has a lot of support for working with PICs in general.

The easiest chip to get started with is probably the 16F84, a small
device, but it requires almost no investment in programming tools (Chip
burners and erasers)

Good luck!

1998\10\26@122439 by myke predko

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Wong Chok Ming asked:
>May I introduce myself as Mr Wong Chok Ming and my address is at 85 prsn
bunga raya. Taman On. Ipoh. 31650. Perak. Malaysia. My e-mail No:
.....wcmingKILLspamspam@spam@tm.net.my  . I am new to this site and PIC programming. I am very
interested in learning how to program and run PIC, but so far no luck
because I simply could  not find myself a starting point to learn and a
source to obtain the necessary tools of trade and the necessary reading
material.  After some months of search, I stumble on this site and hopefully
get help to start learning PIC programming.  I am a hobbyist and electrician
by trade, and it is my fervent hope that someone out here is kind enough to
let a helping hand in my this pursuit.
>Thanks and Best Regards to all of you.

I think somebody already suggested downloading MPLAB - good advice.

You might also want to look at my PICMicro web pages:

http://www.myke.com/PICMicro

In them, I introduce "Programming and Customizing the PIC Microcontroller",
I have some 16 bit and general code snippets, the "PICLite" Compiler for
dowload and resource books and web pages.

Good luck!

myke

Steven Hunter's "The Second Saladin" is my Book of the Week.

http://www.myke.com/Book_Room/book1a.htm

Also look at:

http://www.myke.com/My_Books/homcu.htm

for information on "Handbook of Microcontrollers" which has been named the
Main Selection for November 1998 for the Electronics Book Club!

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