qChapter 1: The Basics
qChapter 2: Elements of BASIC Language
qChapter 3: Operators
qChapter 4: Control Structures
qChapter 5: Built-in and Library Routines
qChapter 6: Examples with PIC Integrated Peripherals
qChapter 7: Examples with Displaying Data
qChapter 8: Examples with Memory and Storage Media
qChapter 9: Communications Examples (under construction)
In order to simplify things and crash some prejudices, I will allow myself to give you
some advice before reading this book. You should start reading it from the chapter that
interests you the most, in any order you find suitable. As the time goes by, read the
parts you may need at that exact moment. If something starts functioning without you
knowing exactly how, it shouldn\u2019t bother you too much. Anyway, it is better that your
program works than that it doesn\u2019t. Always stick to the practical side of life. Better to
finish the application on time, make it reliable and, of course, get paid for it as well as
within the PN junctions escapes your knowledge. You are not supposed to know the
whole history of electronics in order to assure the income for you or your family. Do
not expect that you will find everything you need in a single book, though. The
information are dispersed literally everywhere around us, so it is necessary to collect
them diligently and sort them out carefully. If you do so, the success is inevitable.
USB programmer on board! System supports 18, 28 and
40-pin microcontrollers (it is delivered with PIC16F877). With the system also comes
the programmer. You can test many different industrial applications on the system:
temperature controllers, counters, timers\u2026 [more]
A beginner? Worry not. Easy-to-learn BASIC syntax, advanced
compiler features, built-in routines, source-level debugger, and
many practical examples we have provided allow quick start in programming PIC.
The purpose of the book is not to make a microcontroller expert out
of you, but to make you equal to those who had somebody to ask.
Many practical examples allow quick start in programming PIC.
The contents published in the book \u201cProgramming PIC microcontrollers in BASIC\u201d is
subject to copyright and it must not be reproduced in any form without an explicit
written permission released from the editorial of mikroElektronika. The contact
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The book was prepared with due care and attention, however the publisher does not
accept any responsibility neither for the exactness of the information published
therein, nor for any consequences of its application.
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