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Thread: Is MPLAB Junk?
face BY : mikeEraseME@@spam@whitewing.co.uk

On Fri, 9 Aug 2002 16:49:47 -0400, you wrote:

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I'd put it slightly differently... The people doing serious development for real products which sell PIC
chips will mostly be using in-circuit emulators, as their time is too
valuable not to do so. Add this to the fact that most PIC projects interact with the outside
world in ways that are difficult or impossible to emulate under
simulation. The bottom line is that the people who buy the vast majority of PICs
will not be using the simulator to any serious degree, so it does not
justify much in the way of development budget.  
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