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m.levin

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Can anyone help? cause you can ;)
I have been using MPLabs for programming but have got a few books for PIC basic. what is the best easiest PIC Basic freeware:confused:

Thanks
Martin Levin
 

mramos1

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I like Mikroe MikroBASIC's demo, only limited in code size.

There is a (think it is) greatcows BASIC as well which is freeware.

Do not plan on MPLABS with a few of them. Unless you load the ASM and LST files to debug.

BoostBASIC way back hooked into MPLABS, not sure if they ever finished the project, I sort of grew tired waiting on them. If you go with the 18F chips, Swordfish is another good one to look at.
 

jimmythefool

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At £99, Proton Development Suite is almost free, as it offers lifetime free updates (like I wish a well known 3D Cad package did, that I have to part with £1000 a year for updates :( ) And the forum is very helpful
But its each to their own I guess :)

Regards
Jim
 
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