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>In my opinion, (and I must emphasise, that it is only my opinion). The
>serial PIC,n, in fact all three PIC,n books, are not worth the paper their
>printed on. They are basically a book full of rather obscure code listings,
>with a small amount of text explaining them, and the circuit diagrams are
>designed in some form of pseudo symbols. They are hard to follow, even for a
>seasoned veteran of PIC's. In fact, you sometimes already need to know what
>to do, before you can understand some of the code.
>Myke predko's new book is a much better deal!
Anyone have an opinion on the following books?
by Jan Axelson [?]
- Serial Port Complete
- Parallel Port Complete
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