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1999\09\08@165752 by Simon Redwood

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Does anyone out there have any experience or knowledge about the motorola
M68HC05 ?

1999\09\08@190841 by Don McKenzie

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Simon Redwood wrote:
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> Does anyone out there have any experience or knowledge about the motorola
> M68HC05 ?

Yes, it was the reason I got into PICs.
Lack of local support, greatly variable prices, and unknown future
supplies (6 months like), made me look at PICmicros.

OH, but I loved the instruction set.

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1999\09\08@200544 by Dennis Plunkett

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At 08:17 9/09/99 +1000, you wrote:
>Simon Redwood wrote:
>>
>> Does anyone out there have any experience or knowledge about the motorola
>> M68HC05 ?
>
>Yes, it was the reason I got into PICs.
>Lack of local support, greatly variable prices, and unknown future
>supplies (6 months like), made me look at PICmicros.
>

Are Don to be a small fish in a big pond <G>
Nice isn't it, as soon as you say 100000 per quarter in 20000 drops, they
will bendover to help; tools and all.


>OH, but I loved the instruction set.
I liked the 8051 better!

Dennis


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>Don McKenzie  .....donKILLspamspam@spam@dontronics.com http://www.dontronics.com
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>Don's Download Dungeon:   http://www.dontronics.com/download.html
>Australian Electronics Ring http://www.dontronics.com/aering.html
>Win $500USD Cash. Micro design contest:  http://www.simmstick.com
>
>

1999\09\08@201224 by Antonio L Benci

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Don McKenzie wrote:
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> Simon Redwood wrote:
> >
> > Does anyone out there have any experience or knowledge about the motorola
> > M68HC05 ?
>
> Yes, it was the reason I got into PICs.
> Lack of local support, greatly variable prices, and unknown future
> supplies (6 months like), made me look at PICmicros.
>
> OH, but I loved the instruction set.
>

I agree, the instruction set was a beginners delight, very easy to
learn...

Nino
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1999\09\09@083028 by paulb

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Antonio L Benci wrote:

> I second Don's sentiments. I grew as a micro programmer with the
> MC6800 then MC6811 with occasional excursions into MC6805 territory
> for small apps.  Unfortunately commercial reality ended that phase of
> my micro education.  MOQ, availability and cost shocks turned me
> towards the PIC and now also AVR...

 I third that.  Not that I've even used them to build anything, but if
you know you can't get them, what's the point?

 100k per quarter?  Yes, well, nice to be picky, isn't it?
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