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face BY : Harold Hallikainen email (remove spam text)



I appreciate the ideas in your post. I started with the PIC16 in assembly.
I then started with C on the PIC18, then 24, then 32. Most of my code is
now in C, though I did recently do some PIC18 stuff where the ISR is
written in assembly.

My PIC24 and PIC32 assembly language stuff has largely been dealing with
bootloading. Everything else is in C.

But, no matter what the language is, there's certainly room for
discussion. I have not posted a question here in a while, but read
everything and respond when I have something to contribute. With this in
mind, I'll go ahead now and post a question I currently have at Microchip
Support.

Thanks!

Harold



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