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1997\02\21@123430 by Randy Walsh

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Hi, I'm a newbie to the pic.  Can someone tell me what people like to use,
the Parallax instruction set, or the Microchip.  Is there a good assembler
and simlator for windows?

TIA.
Randy
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1997\02\21@125110 by myke predko

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Hi Randy,

I think you may have opened a can of worms by asking if people prefer the
Parallax vrs Microchip Instruction sets.

I personally like the Microchip Instruction set because it matches the
Datasets.  Another reason to go with the Microchip Instruction set is that
you can get Microchip's free Assembler and Simulator for Windows (MPLAB)
from http://www.microchip.com.

To be fair, I don't have any experience with the Parallax assembler, but you
get some initial information by looking at their web site
http://www.paralaxinc.com.


The next question you should be asking yourself is what kind of programmer
should you build/get.  Look at the various PIC web sites to get an idea of
what's out there.

myke


>Hi, I'm a newbie to the pic.  Can someone tell me what people like to use,
>the Parallax instruction set, or the Microchip.  Is there a good assembler
>and simlator for windows?
>
>TIA.
>Randy
>.....randywKILLspamspam@spam@colubs.com
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>

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1997\02\21@131621 by Vishram sarurkar

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On Fri, 21 Feb 1997, Randy Walsh wrote:

> Hi, I'm a newbie to the pic.  Can someone tell me what people like to use,
> the Parallax instruction set, or the Microchip.  Is there a good assembler
> and simlator for windows?
>
> TIA.
> Randy
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hello ,
       you can download IDE for pic developement from the homepage of
microchip (microchip.com). it contains assembler plus the simulator...

have a nice time,
vishram.
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1997\02\21@133520 by Craig Knotts

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    Working with company $, I've always used the Microchip tools.  The
    PICMASTER is an excellent emulator, though a bit pricey.  I also think
    that sticking to the manufacturer's mnemonics for the assembler is an
    advantage.

    Microchip has a good assembler for both DOS and Windows, an integrated
    development tool (MPLAB) and a simulator.  I haven't used the
    simulator much.


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Subject: Recommend Simulator
Author:  Randy Walsh <EraseMErandywspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTCOLUBS.COM> at Internet
Date:    2/21/97 9:13 AM


Hi, I'm a newbie to the pic.  Can someone tell me what people like to use,
the Parallax instruction set, or the Microchip.  Is there a good assembler
and simlator for windows?

TIA.
Randy
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1997\02\21@143112 by Tim Kerby

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Try mplab - its free from microchips web site.  Works really well.

Tim

At 09:13 21/02/97 -0800, you wrote:
>Hi, I'm a newbie to the pic.  Can someone tell me what people like to use,
>the Parallax instruction set, or the Microchip.  Is there a good assembler
>and simlator for windows?
>
>TIA.
>Randy
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>


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1997\02\21@155023 by Nishant Deshpande

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hi all,

on the same subject - how about a good dos text editor to write code?

i think this thread was open some time ago when i first joined - i
don't remember the links...

please point me in to one to download.

(if this doesn't seem like a great discussion topic for the list mail me
in private)

cheers

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1997\02\21@160439 by Andy Kunz

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>To be fair, I don't have any experience with the Parallax assembler, but you
>get some initial information by looking at their web site
>http://www.paralaxinc.com.


CORRECTION:  It's http://www.parallaxinc.com  two "L"s, not one.  And the
software is free, too.

>>Hi, I'm a newbie to the pic.  Can someone tell me what people like to use,
>>the Parallax instruction set, or the Microchip.  Is there a good assembler
>>and simlator for windows?

I use the Microchip mnemonics in the Parallax assembler.

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1997\02\21@161654 by Andy Kunz

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>on the same subject - how about a good dos text editor to write code?

Under Windows I use PFE from http://www.lancs.ac.uk/people/cpaap/pfe/

Under DOS I always used to use the Turbo C/Turbo Pascal IDE from Borland.

Is somebody still running DOS?
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1997\02\21@164444 by Tim Kerby

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I only use dos for games like quake.  I have kept well away from win95 but
I am thinking of running a split os. I think pfe is available for dos.
Could possibly mail it if I can find it.

Tim

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1997\02\21@173654 by ags

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> on the same subject - how about a good dos text editor to write code?
Well now, we are hitting all of the "religious" arguments aren't we?

I HIGHLY recommend TSE.  You can download a trial version from
http://www.semware.com

It is without a doubt the best editor I have used in the dos environment
and the number of macros that
have been written for it allow you to get a macro to do just about
anything. (In fact one guy wrote a macro
that interfaced to a circuit which started his coffee to shut up somebody
at his work that said, "Yes, but it doesn't start your coffee for you.")

Well, that's my $0.02

Hope that helps,

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1997\02\21@234251 by mike

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In message  <RemoveMED7C6010A92TakeThisOuTspamcolubs.com> spamBeGonePICLISTspamBeGonespamMITVMA.MIT.EDU writes:
> Hi, I'm a newbie to the pic.  Can someone tell me what people like to use,
> the Parallax instruction set, or the Microchip.  Is there a good assembler
> and simlator for windows?

FWIW, I have just started using Microchips MPLAB (Windows based
assembler and simulator) having used the DOS version up 'til
now and I like it.

It is available free from http://www.microchip.com.

Regards,


Mike Watson

1997\02\22@024413 by Leon Heller

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In message <TakeThisOuTm0vy1uR-0000MiCEraseMEspamspam_OUToak21.doc.ic.ac.uk>, Nishant Deshpande
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>hi all,
>
>on the same subject - how about a good dos text editor to write code?
>
>i think this thread was open some time ago when i first joined - i
>don't remember the links...
>
>please point me in to one to download.
>
>(if this doesn't seem like a great discussion topic for the list mail me
>in private)

I use a simple text editor called Qedit. It's very good, and uses the
old Wordstar keys, which I like. You should be able to get it from the
Simtel archive.

Leon
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