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PICbasic Pro Compiler (Full Version)

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by schifo, Jan 19, 2004.

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  1. schifo

    schifo Guest

    Would really love to get the full version of picbasic pro compiler,
    but as a student it's way out of my budget.

    Can anyone help me out here?

    Thanks guys, appreciate it.
     
  2. James Beck

    James Beck Guest

    So what are you suggesting? How could one of us help?

    Jim
     
  3. Learn assembler. MPASM is free, its not all that hard, its a lot better than
    Basic, it will give you some good low level coding skills and did I maention
    it was free?
     
  4. Byron A Jeff

    Byron A Jeff Guest

    --> Would really love to get the full version of picbasic pro compiler,
    -> but as a student it's way out of my budget.
    ->
    -> Can anyone help me out here?
    ->
    -> Thanks guys, appreciate it.
    -
    -Learn assembler. MPASM is free, its not all that hard, its a lot better than
    -Basic, it will give you some good low level coding skills and did I maention
    -it was free?

    Also there are other High level languages for the PIC which are free. Check
    out my PIC languages page for examples:

    http://www.finitesite.com/d3jsys/languages.html

    BAJ
     
  5. LBNote

    LBNote Guest


    Learn C, Get the CC5x demo it's fine for students,

    It's good for 1k of code too. and very efficient

    Lorne...
     
  6. Rolavine

    Rolavine Guest

    From: "LBNote"
    Learning C is a good idea, however Pic Basic Pro is an excellent product with
    great support that was created by engineers that actually used the tool to
    create projects. I've looked at how Pic Basic works, as it makes assembly
    language as it's output, it has strong and compact library calls, and is quite
    space efficient. Since the PIC is not an early DEC PDP type processor, C does
    not map into the instruction set any better than Basic..

    Has the orignal poster looked at compilespot.com, you can try Pic Basic Pro
    there.

    Rocky
     
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