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1996\12\13@074444 by arry P. Thomas WA0GWA

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Does anyone know an internet location contain shareware (or freeware)
software to allow me to communicate to some I2C controlled PIC projects
using the PC's parallel port.  What I'm needing is some sort of test
software to evercise the various building blocks individually.  Would really
like source code in C of C++ but that might be asking too much.  Got any
ideas ... thought as this group before I started writing what I needed myself.

Thanks
Larry
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1996\12\13@160739 by Sami Khawam

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Larry P. Thomas WA0GWA wrote:
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> Does anyone know an internet location contain shareware (or freeware)
> software to allow me to communicate to some I2C controlled PIC projects
> using the PC's parallel port.  What I'm needing is some sort of test
> software to evercise the various building blocks individually.  Would really
> like source code in C of C++ but that might be asking too much.  Got any
> ideas ... thought as this group before I started writing what I needed myself.
>
> Thanks
> Larry

I don't know exactly where I saw something like that, look at:

<http://cal003109.student.utwente.nl/stefan/el.html>



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1996\12\14@023019 by nigelg

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In message  <2.2.32.19961213124325.00890d90spamKILLspamwinning-edge.com>> .....PICLISTKILLspamspam.....MITVMA.MIT.EDU writes:

> Does anyone know an internet location contain shareware (or freeware)
> software to allow me to communicate to some I2C controlled PIC projects
> using the PC's parallel port.  What I'm needing is some sort of test
> software to evercise the various building blocks individually.  Would really
> like source code in C of C++ but that might be asking too much.  Got any
> ideas ... thought as this group before I started writing what I needed myself.

I've written code in Turbo Pascal to interface to I2C bus via the parallel
port, I wouldn't say it's complete yet, but it does work and could be altered
quite easily. I've only tested it with 24C02/04/08/16 EEPROM's and the PCF8583
clock chip, but it should work with any I2C slave chips OK.

Since then I've seen mention of two programs from Philips, TV400.ZIP and
RAD216.ZIP, that you can download from their FTP site - but I've never
managed to find them anywhere :-(.

Nigel.

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