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Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2002 16:15:10 +1000
From: Don McKenzie
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Subject: Re: really basic questions about pic microcontrollers
> Hi - could someone please tell me what exactly a PIC microcontroller
> is, and how it is different from a microcontroller. Also, I understand
> PIC microcontrollers to be programmable - how would one go about doing
> this? Is there some special language for them, or can you just use C?
> And how would you load your program into the microcontrollers memory?
> (assuming it has memory) Is there some special device you need for
> this? Thanks so much!
have a look at:
this may help
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