Programming pics in basic, which program is used?

Discussion in 'Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers' started by mec-tr, Jul 6, 2010.

  1. mec-tr

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    hi all i am a new guest and i hope for all best wishes.
    And i want to learn how to beginning and which program used note that i wish to used pic basic language
     
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  4. Tahmid

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    Hi,
    For programming PIC in BASIC, I highly recommend the mikroBASIC compiler. There is a free version as well, along with plenty of support, a free e-book, plenty of example codes and awesome library functions.

    I think you should have a look at: www.mikroe.com

    Hope this helps.
    Tahmid.
     
  5. lightingman

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    Hi.

    I use Proton development suite from Crownhill Associates.

    Daniel.
     
  6. wellyboot

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    www.picbasic.co.uk/forum

    Ive been using picbasicpro now for the last 3 years and found it to be pretty good, before that i was struggling along with assembly..
     
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  8. mec-tr

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    thx,for all reply and i start with a book to understand the feature of microcontroller and i wait the result beyond??????????????
     
  9. Harrington

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    Has It got to be a pic basic compiler why not use another language pic basic as is proton basic are actually c compilers I got a telling off from the blokes of Proton basic when i suggested that it was basic comments were i have to grin a bit at this " I absolutely detest basic "

    There is the SDCC compiler as well if you can put this together quite difficult to patch together though thats what i found It is free however uses ANSI C

    Proton Basic is very good and equally as good is Boost C compiler

    The Hi tech C compiler is another compiler as well but its very expensive not for people who have very limited budget
     
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