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Do-It-Yourself a PICkit2 (Step by step guide)

Discussion in 'Electronic Books' started by Funny NYPD, Apr 17, 2008.

  1. Funny NYPD

    Funny NYPD New Member

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    Do-It-Yourself a PICkit2 (Step by step guide)

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    wow, this is interesting
     
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    when people can handle through-hole parts, most likely they will handle the SMD parts much easier.
     
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    many times i write a particular program for a bot.. usually a line tracer..
    but many times it doesn't work...
    any ideas why?
    how to write the best programs?
     
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    First you are hijacking a thread. Your post does not have anything to do with this thread.

    It could be that you need to learn more about programming or that you need to learn more about the control methods you are using or trying to use. Hang around here long enough and read what others post. Post specific questions. In time you will get where you want to go.



     
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