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Why do you think programming has ANYTHING to do with the package. That would be madness if it were true.
It may be possible, but your best bet would be a PICkit 3 clone purchased on eBay used with the GUI (Graphical User Interface).Is it possible to do this by using a raspberry pi?
"Pin 9" is the central 'power pad' on small-package chips. It's there to provide heat-sinking to the chip. Most often but not always, these are connected to Vss, along with one or more of the regular pins on the chip. If there are multiple Vss or Vcc pins on a chip, usually all of them need to be connected together on the circuit board – they usually aren't optional connection points for your convenience.Sorry for the double post, but I suddenly had the urge to check something out. Why do one shows EPAD on pin 9 and the other shows VSS since it's the same component.
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