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1999\06\21@192335 by Sebastian Ortega

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<DIV><FONT size=2>Hi you all gurus of the pics, I'm looking for information
about how to start to program the PIC16F84, I didn't understand any of the
examples that I found in the WEB, I have experience with the 8051 but this is
quite diferent. </FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=2>Do any of you know where can I find good information for
stupids like me?</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=2></FONT>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=2>Thanx</FONT></DIV></BODY></HTML>

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1999\06\21@192808 by Tony Nixon

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> Sebastian Ortega wrote:
> Do any of you know where can I find good information for stupids like
> me?


See web site below.

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Best regards

Tony

'The Engine' - Design your own programmer.

http://www.picnpoke.com
Email spam_OUTpicnpokeTakeThisOuTspamcdi.com.au

1999\06\21@212554 by Ricardo Barbosa

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<DIV><FONT color=#000000 size=2>Ola</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT color=#000000 size=2>Voce sabe como abandonar o PICLIST.</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=2>Ja tentei UNSUBSCRIBE.</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=2></FONT>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=2>Can you help me?</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=2>Ricardo</FONT></DIV>
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   </B>Sebastian Ortega &lt;<A
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   </B>Segunda-feira, 21 de Junho de 1999 20:27<BR><B>Assunto: </B>Looking for
   information for beginers<BR><BR></DIV></FONT>
   <DIV><FONT size=2>Hi you all gurus of the pics, I'm looking for information
   about how to start to program the PIC16F84, I didn't understand any of the
   examples that I found in the WEB, I have experience with the 8051 but this
   is quite diferent. </FONT></DIV>
   <DIV><FONT size=2>Do any of you know where can I find good information for
   stupids like me?</FONT></DIV>
   <DIV><FONT size=2></FONT>&nbsp;</DIV>
   <DIV><FONT size=2>Thanx</FONT></DIV></BLOCKQUOTE></BODY></HTML>

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1999\06\21@230926 by Dan Creagan

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This is from another beginner.

My experience was (long ago), Z80 and 8088 assembly.

I picked up Easy Pic 'n and was somewhat frustrated by its simplicity
(it really does hold your hand after you figure out the first 20 pages).
However, like others I have read the book again and think it is not bad
to start with if you want step by step stuff.

The best site for me was Myke Predko's site (http://www.myke.com). Lots of
stuff on there. His book is pretty good, too. "Programming and
Customizing the PIC Microcontroller".

Finally, I got all these things but was still pretty frustrated until I
went to Peter Anderson's site( http://www.phanderson.com ) and ordered his
$49.00 programmer - it had everything needed including two 16F84s. I
think putting your own programmer together is not a bad idea. It gives
you a better feel for what the heck you are supposed to do and I learned
a lot.  I downloaded PicPro for software ( http://www.dontronics.com has the
actual link for that ) and was off like a turd of hurdles. See Peter's
assembly instructions for lots of clues about what PICs are.

Microchip has a couple of beginning project tutorials on their site in
.pdf format. Look them over (they are free).

I then got a copy of PicBasic (experienced people, close your eyes now)
and used the PIC like a STAMP. That showed me it was all possible. I
looked at the .asm file that was generated and decided that doing it in
.asm wasn't going to be all that hard.

I'm now plugging away at assembler and enjoying it all. Got a PicStart
Plus because I hadn't spent enough money, yet!.

Dan



Hi you all gurus of the pics, I'm looking for information about how to
start to program the PIC16F84, I didn't understand any of the examples
that I found in the WEB, I have experience with the 8051 but this is
quite diferent.
Do any of you know where can I find good information for stupids like
me?

Thanx

1999\06\22@050023 by Larry Fostano

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I still have't found any so if you do let me know.

1999\06\22@082844 by chuck

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--- Sebastian Ortega <RemoveMEsortegabTakeThisOuTspamPRODIGY.NET.MX> wrote:
> Hi you all gurus of the pics, I'm looking for information about how
> to start to program the PIC16F84, I didn't understand any of the
> examples that I found in the WEB, I have experience with the 8051 but
> this is quite diferent.
> Do any of you know where can I find good information for stupids like
> me?

I wrote a few articles about PICs from a beginners point of view that
were published in Nuts & Volts magazine. You can download them from the
bottom of my website at:
http://www.elproducts.com


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Electronic Products
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Complete 16F84 package for only $115.95
Includes: Compiler, EPIC Programmer, 16F84 PIC, Cable & Batteries
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1999\06\22@185006 by Dan Creagan

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The following message was returned as not posted. I only
sent it once, so I'm not sure if it was actually posted once
and some how tried to post itself again. In any case, if
this is a duplicate, please disregard with my apologies.


This is from another beginner.

My experience was (long ago), Z80 and 8088 assembly.

I picked up Easy Pic 'n and was somewhat frustrated by its
simplicity
(it really does hold your hand after you figure out the
first 20 pages).
However, like others I have read the book again and think it
is not bad
to start with if you want step by step stuff.

The best site for me was Myke Predko's site (http://www.myke.com).
Lots of
stuff on there. His book is pretty good, too. "Programming
and
Customizing the PIC Microcontroller".

Finally, I got all these things but was still pretty
frustrated until I
went to Peter Anderson's site( http://www.phanderson.com ) and
ordered his
$49.00 programmer - it had everything needed including two
16F84s. I
think putting your own programmer together is not a bad
idea. It gives
you a better feel for what the heck you are supposed to do
and I learned
a lot.  I downloaded PicPro for software
http://www.dontronics.com has the
actual link for that ) and was off like a turd of hurdles.
See Peter's
assembly instructions for lots of clues about what PICs are.

Microchip has a couple of beginning project tutorials on
their site in
.pdf format. Look them over (they are free).

I then got a copy of PicBasic (experienced people, close
your eyes now)
and used the PIC like a STAMP. That showed me it was all
possible. I
looked at the .asm file that was generated and decided that
doing it in
.asm wasn't going to be all that hard.

I'm now plugging away at assembler and enjoying it all. Got
a PicStart
Plus because I hadn't spent enough money, yet!.

Dan



Hi you all gurus of the pics, I'm looking for information
about how to
start to program the PIC16F84, I didn't understand any of
the examples
that I found in the WEB, I have experience with the 8051 but
this is
quite diferent.
Do any of you know where can I find good information for
stupids like
me?

Thanx

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