Re: PICMICRO Programming Software?????


Jan 31 6:04 PM

 


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#4365 Jan 31 6:04 PM

Hello guys, I know you can help me. I want to change from OOPICS to

Pic-Micro, since oopics take a large place. But programming is so

simple!!! For the versatility of pics, and ther cheap price, I choose

them. I planned to buy an ISP-Pro Programmer with the Universal

Adapter for Pics. This is good, and will not cost me so must. The

problem is the sofware. Assembly is too diffucult, I tried. I want

basic. I know MBasic. But just that software will cost me the same

thing of my hardware. Is there any alternative pragramming software

for Pics-Micro? Even homemade or open-source.



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Simon Brodeur

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#4366 Jan 31 6:05 PM

Hello guys, I know you can help me. I want to change from OOPICS to

Pic-Micro, since oopics take a large place. But programming is so

simple!!! For the versatility of pics, and ther cheap price, I choose

them. I planned to buy an ISP-Pro Programmer with the Universal

Adapter for Pics. This is good, and will not cost me so must. The

problem is the sofware. Assembly is too diffucult, I tried. I want

basic. I know MBasic. But just that software will cost me the same

thing of my hardware. Is there any alternative pragramming software

for Pics-Micro? Even homemade or open-source.



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Simon Brodeur

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#4367 Feb 1, 2004

Try Jal -- open source basic/pascal like language, look here





www.voti.nl/jal/index_1.html or on sourceforge



sourceforge.net/projects/jal/



also there is a Yahoo group



Mike









--- In piclist@yahoogroups.com, "Simon Brodeur" brodeursimon@h...>

wrote: > Hello guys, I know you can help me. I want to change from OOPICS to

> Pic-Micro, since oopics take a large place. But programming is so

> simple!!! For the versatility of pics, and ther cheap price, I

choose > them. I planned to buy an ISP-Pro Programmer with the Universal

> Adapter for Pics. This is good, and will not cost me so must. The

> problem is the sofware. Assembly is too diffucult, I tried. I want

> basic. I know MBasic. But just that software will cost me the same

> thing of my hardware. Is there any alternative pragramming software

> for Pics-Micro? Even homemade or open-source.

>

> -------------

> Simon Brodeur

> -------------



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#4368 Feb 1, 2004

--- In piclist@yahoogroups.com, "Simon Brodeur" brodeursimon@h...>

wrote: > Hello guys, I know you can help me. I want to change from OOPICS to

> Pic-Micro, since oopics take a large place. But programming is so

> simple!!! For the versatility of pics, and ther cheap price, I

choose > them. I planned to buy an ISP-Pro Programmer with the Universal

> Adapter for Pics. This is good, and will not cost me so must. The

> problem is the sofware. Assembly is too diffucult, I tried. I want

> basic. I know MBasic. But just that software will cost me the same

> thing of my hardware. Is there any alternative pragramming software

> for Pics-Micro? Even homemade or open-source.

>

> -------------

> Simon Brodeur

> -------------





Hi Simon,





There is a guy on this list, Sergio Masci, who offers a free basic.



www.xcprod.com/titan/XCSB - optimising structured PIC BASIC

compiler





Dave


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