'Pic n Poke...'
Does anyone have any comments either way about this software and hardware
for learning new development on the 16F84 and other devices?
I tried the limited version and It is really fun. You don't need force hard
on your eyes. It looks like a program written in VB.
From: Tony Shepherd <RFMD.COM> TShepherd
To: MITVMA.MIT.EDU < PICLISTMITVMA.MIT.EDU> PICLIST
Date: Thursday, October 14, 1999 10:21 AM
Subject: Pic n Poke...
>Does anyone have any comments either way about this software and hardware
>for learning new development on the 16F84 and other devices?
|yansong gu wrote:
> I tried the limited version and It is really fun. You don't need force hard
> on your eyes. It looks like a program written in VB.
Delphi4 actually ;-)
I'm sorry guys, but while I'm here....
PicNPoke will have it's own Basic Compiler installed over the weekend
which generates an (asm) file. After writing the basic code, an
assembler of your choice can then be called up to do the final assembly,
and is then ready for a stand alone application. It teams up with
PicNPokes hardware so that you can program the target chip in a real
circuit to experiment with.
There is a special debug mode where you can single step each line of
Basic code. In this case, the target chip has additional code embedded
to handle communications with the PC. You can also read/modify RAM,
I also added a small terminal program to send/receive serial data.
All these features including assembly are available from the editor
At 08:42 15/10/99 +1000, you wrote:
>yansong gu wrote:
>> I tried the limited version and It is really fun. You don't need force
Delphi YUCK! <G>
But Guys? Are we not Fellas here in Oz?
By the way, I like what you are doing with PicnPoke!
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