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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2006 4:11 am    Post subject: Re: PIC assembly language beginners questions Reply with quote

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I am trying to build some projects with some pics.

I am self taught, and think I know the hardware end and C programing
fairly well.
But assembler is new to me, so I am trying to learn it.

Any particular reason why you are learning assembler if you already
know C?
There are free C compilers for the PIC available, one from HiTech and
one from Microchip (18series PICs)

C works just fine on PICs, no real need to go to assembler these days.

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