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1998\12\07@092638 by Paul Phillips

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Hi

I would like to create an interface between my pc and the pic.
For example, if a button has been pressed (via the pic) the pc will respond
to an event.

If this posible, if so how?

Cheers

Paul Phillips
spam_OUTPICTakeThisOuTspamColindale.demon.co.u

1998\12\07@134322 by Mark Willis

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You could connect the two via a serial port link, or a parallel port
link, among other methods - How do *you* want to connect the two?

 Easiest may be to start by telling us what OS you're running on the
PC, and what application you want to have respond on the PC, as that'll
help us get to specifics.  You could certainly, for example, make an ISA
card that put the 16F84 inside the PC completely, if you were able to
write your own device drivers (if needed);  If you just want to be able
to see from a terminal session on the PC, that something has changed,
serial interface may be the easiest to use.

 Mark, .....mwillisKILLspamspam@spam@nwlink.com

Paul Phillips wrote:
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1998\12\08@065405 by Caisson

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> Van: Paul Phillips <.....paul.phillipsKILLspamspam.....CONSYSE.CO.UK>
> Aan: EraseMEPICLISTspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTMITVMA.MIT.EDU
> Onderwerp: Interface card using 16F84
> Datum: maandag 7 december 1998 15:14
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> Hi

Hello Paul,

> I would like to create an interface between my pc and the pic.
> For example, if a button has been pressed (via the pic) the pc will
respond
> to an event.
>
> If this posible, if so how?

Yes, it is.  Best to use the RS-232 port.  It's best supported thru-out the
different OS-ses. And it's easy to use.

Press a button -> The PIC sends a number representing the button to the PC
thru RS232 -> The PC 'sees' a code in it's RS232-buffer and does something.

Greetz,
 Rudy Wieser

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