'Oggetto: Re: PIC INTRODUCTION'
I started out with a David Tait programmer kit. Worked quite well. As soon
as I started doing this for a living I got my hands on a MicroChip PICSTART
unit which qworked with more chips. It's been so long, I've lost any info
on the kits - Tait is on the PIClist, though, and will probably respond
pretty quick with accurate info.
From: brahma.it < Stefano.Piovanbrahma.it> Stefano.Piovan
To: Lawrence Lile <toastmaster.com> lilel
Date: Monday, April 26, 1999 8:45 AM
Subject: Oggetto: Re: PIC INTRODUCTION
>Could you tell me which programmer you got?
>Commercial or "ham" version?
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