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Inchworm "Hello World" (your first PIC program) draft #1

Discussion in 'Microcontrollers' started by William At MyBlueRoom, Jan 14, 2007.

  1. William At MyBlueRoom

    William At MyBlueRoom New Member

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    I've attached the first draft of my Inchworm (or any PIC programmer) Hello World (Hello world is often the first program most beginners write to get their feet wet)
    I've not tested the 18F2525 version yet.
    Comments and opinions always welcome.
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  2. gregmcc

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    Excellent - with my inchworm on its way this will help me get started.
     
  3. bayweiss

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    I look forward to getting my Inchworm as well...

    cheers!
     
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  5. Andy1845c

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    Awsome! I just got my inchworm Friday. I haven't had a chance to put it together yet though.

    I'm having trouble coming up with a serial port cable though. I was pretty sure I hade one somplace, but I can't find it. Can you use a USB to serial cable/adapter?
     
  6. William At MyBlueRoom

    William At MyBlueRoom New Member

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    Yep, it's a straight through cable or if you can directly to the USB - RS232 (male) adapter. Some are fussy and you must make it COM1 or COM2 & turn the FIFO off.
     
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  7. Andy1845c

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    Even awsom-er:D Its not easy to get to the back of my computer:rolleyes: lol
     

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