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1996\09\26@181924 by Cynetics Corp.

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I'm a beginner to PIC programming. Two books I've seen are "Easy PIC'n"
by David/Wanda Benson, Square One Electronics, and "A Beginners Guide to
the Microchip PIC" by Nigel C. Gardner. Can anyone recommend these books?

1996\09\28@190020 by tom

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> I'm a beginner to PIC programming. Two books I've seen are "Easy PIC'n"
> by David/Wanda Benson, Square One Electronics, and "A Beginners Guide to
> the Microchip PIC" by Nigel C. Gardner. Can anyone recommend these books?

I can recommend the former. See the blurb on the PIC-FAQ page.
http://digiserve.com/takdesign/pic-faq/faqindex.html

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Tom.
Check out the PIC FAQ at;
http://digiserve.com/takdesign/pic-faq/faqindex.html

   Kto budet zdes w sleduschtem veke ? Ya ne budu.

1996\09\29@133848 by Reginald Neale

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>> I'm a beginner to PIC programming. Two books I've seen are "Easy PIC'n"
>> by David/Wanda Benson, Square One Electronics, and "A Beginners Guide to
>> the Microchip PIC" by Nigel C. Gardner. Can anyone recommend these books?
>

"Easy Pic'n" is a good place to start. It has simple, instructive
real-world programming examples for the beginner. Use it in conjunction
with the Microchip Data Books and Embedded Control Handbook. Unlike them,
"Easy Pic'n" has a nice spiral binding that lies flat on the benchtop.


        Reg Neale         Usual disclaimer applies
"Ignorance is a renewable resource." . . .  P. J. O'Rourke

1996\09\29@203930 by tom

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On 29 Sep 96 at 13:33, Reginald Neale wrote:

> "Easy Pic'n" is a good place to start. It has simple, instructive
> real-world programming examples for the beginner. Use it in conjunction
> with the Microchip Data Books and Embedded Control Handbook. Unlike them,
> "Easy Pic'n" has a nice spiral binding that lies flat on the benchtop.
>

Version 2 [just published] does not have a spiral binding.  :-(

For more details see;
http://www.zapcom.net/~squareone/

(or the PIC-FAQ, of course.  :-)
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'books'
2000\01\14@210931 by dvdmods
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Hello does anyone happen to no of any good easy to read books
about pic micro code and macro`s?

I have got ALL the books that Farnell and Amazon have to offer ,but none
have Macro examples
Also what does RES mean?

ie
fgdud    RES    1??

Thanks
Tom

2000\01\14@213042 by Ken Webster

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>Hello does anyone happen to no of any good easy to read books
>about pic micro code and macro`s?
>
>I have got ALL the books that Farnell and Amazon have to offer ,but none
>have Macro examples
>Also what does RES mean?
>
>ie
>fgdud    RES    1??
>
>Thanks
>Tom

RES means "reserve".  The example you give would reserve 1 word of memory
(by advancing the assembler's program counter by 1).

I don't know if I can help with books though -- the best (well, ONLY) book
on macros that I have seen is Microchip's MPASM user's guide.

Ken

2000\01\14@213704 by dvdmods

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Thanks Ken
I take that can be found on there web?

2000\01\14@214753 by Ken Webster

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>Thanks Ken
>I take that can be found on there web?

Not sure ... it comes with any development programmer (I got mine with a
PICSTART PLUS).  Maybe someone else on the list has more than one programmer
(and thus more than one copy of the MPASM user's guide)?

Cheers,

Ken

2000\01\15@004415 by Graham

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> I take that can be found on there web?

Try

http://www.microchip.com/10/Tools/PICmicro/Code/MPASM/33014g/index.htm


Bye,

Graham

2000\01\15@063816 by Peter van Hoof

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see Myke Predco's article on the rentron site.
http://www.rentron.com/pic.htm has a big article on macro's

Other stuff by him is on his site http://www.myke.com

Peter


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Hello does anyone happen to no of any good easy to read books
about pic micro code and macro`s?

I have got ALL the books that Farnell and Amazon have to offer ,but none
have Macro examples
Also what does RES mean?

ie
fgdud    RES    1??

Thanks
Tom

2000\01\16@224726 by paulb

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dvdmods wrote:

> I have got ALL the books that Farnell and Amazon have to offer ,but
> none have Macro examples

 Macros are macros!  You write them to do what you want.  What examples
do you need?
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       Paul B.


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