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'Recommendations for C language'
1997\05\05@162812 by wft

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My friend, joe Stroupe, is looking at PIC C-language development
packages (to run on Pentium)) for developing a PIC based device.  He
wants something as close to ANSI-C as possible and handles interrupts.

What is recommended and what is the cost?

Thanks in advance

Gus Calabrese
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1997\05\05@175515 by rtracy

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Take a look at the C compiler by Custom Computer Services.  It handles
interrupts and is user friendly.  The book could use some work:(  I have
compiled code for: 16c64s, 16c65, 12c508, 12c509, 16c71, 73, 74, 84 and
55s.  However it won't do the 17c processors.  It runs fine on my
pentium 200.
http://www.execpc.com/~ccs
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