I want to start using PIC's in my robotic projects.
I am currently using a HandyBoard(68hc11) running IC
which is a interactive C programming environment, I
chose this board because I know nothing of ASM but
have got quite competent in C. I have been looking
through a few PIC lists recently and I am not sure
how to get started in PIC's. I have found a kit
from http://www.picknpoke.com which seems really good for
beginners and looks like it will make learning ASM
pretty easy (I HOPE). Also you get all the hardware
and simulator software. Has anyone any experiences with
this kit and also could I still use the hardware with
another C compiler if I gave up learning ASM.
Thanks in advance,
w. v. ooijen / f. hanneman
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to another language format.
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