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Thread: PIC ICD
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On Thu, 25 May 2000 06:24:42 -0700, you wrote:

> Andrej,
>
> The ICD comes with a 16F877, but you can emulate almost any lower
> part by using only those peripheral modules included with the lower
> part.  I've used the ICD to develop code for the 877, the F84, and
> even the C672 and other 8 pin parts.
But this is not always the case - if you're using RAM locations in
upper banks, e.g. on the 874 - it is significantly different on the
877.
An '874, however is a suitable development platform for many of the
other 16cxx devices, so it's useful to have an '874 and and '877 to
hand.

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