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basic pic programing Answered

hi can some one give me recemendations on a book or site tht will give me insights as how to program pic microchips for robotics nothing adavance just something simple and for beginers

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andy
andy

13 years ago

Depending on what chip you are trying to program you may have to really hunt for the info, I picked up bits and bats from forums, tutorials for other chips and the datasheet. Unfortunately it’s very confusing and I seem to have hit an information brick wall with regards to more complex features in the chip like interrupts and pre-scaler’s, etc. I’m trying my darnd'est and be sure I will publish a set of Instructables if I ever overcome this lack of readily available info. I got a simple introduction programmer on clearance from Maplins and I’m currently programming a 16f628. Looking around there seems a number of books centring on ASM programming, but I'm unable as yet to find a reasonably priced '628 based one. The hunt goes on. Andy

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royalestel
royalestel

13 years ago

I think there are some instructables on the subject. And I saw a starter kit in Radio Shack the other day.

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chooseausername
chooseausername

13 years ago

I'm currently learning ... I did not found any tutorial site yet (most are dedicated to C programming (just google "PIC programming tutorials"), and i want to stick to ASM). As i had some ASM programming experience with Z80, I've simply read the datasheet, looked at some "Hello World" equivalents (blinking leds) and moved from there. Next, when i need an example or some more info (for instance about interruptions, multiplications, divisions) i google few minutes and find what i need ... Currently (after three sunday afternoons on it), I'm able to program a sumo-bot with a 12F675 ...