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 Post subject: PIC related website
PostPosted: 02 Aug 2008 17:54 
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Hi,
I made a small PIC and MikroElektronika related website:
http://www.rosseeld.be/DRO/PIC/index.htm?

I intend to publish the units I make for MikroPascal, some complete projects, tips for beginners (I remember all too well how I did struggle a few months ago :oops: ) and some code snippets.

I am aware that, what I publish, can be "basic" for some people, but for others it can (I hope) be somewhat helpfull.

If there are comments or remarks please let me know.

Thanks in advance, and I hope you will enjoy the site. :?

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Very nice idea, Dany :) .


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Great! Very good for beginners (and not so beginners)! Thumbs up! 8)


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Yes, good idea. Thanks, Dany !


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Hi, in the mean time the site has expanded a lot, especially with information for beginners. Perhaps worth wile to have a look again. :D

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In the "Tools link" section, I think you should put a warning concerning "PIC Timer Calculator by Ronald Nisblé." as it has a bug in the prescaler assignment when using 16F family : http://www.mikroe.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=81168#81168

I've contacted the author to warn him, but no response yet. Holiday time, may be :)


And thank you for this site : very useful !!! (at least for a beginner in PIC programming like me ;) )


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krikitu wrote:
In the "Tools link" section, I think you should put a warning concerning "PIC Timer Calculator by Ronald Nisblé." as it has a bug in the prescaler assignment when using 16F family : http://www.mikroe.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=81168#81168
I've contacted the author to warn him, but no response yet. Holiday time, may be :)
Hi Krikitu, thanks for the warning, I will add it to the site. :D

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You could also add that this bug affects only TMR0, not the others, as their init registers are not the same ;)


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Done. Thanks! :D

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Hi,
Just added a very small article about some basic things: the usage of Leds, buttons and relays:
http://www.rosseeld.be/DRO/PIC/Buttons_leds_relays.htm
An article about how to use the "button" library routine is under construction.

Have fun! :D

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PostPosted: 14 Aug 2008 08:18 
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Hi, the article about the "Button" routine is there now:
http://www.rosseeld.be/DRO/PIC/Button_behaviour.htm.
Have fun. :D

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Nicely described. Thanks, Dany.


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Hi, this has been added to the site, section "units":

- UsartReceiver.ppas: Usart Receiver routine(s) with circular receive buffer, interrupt driven.
- NewI2c.pas: Replacement for I2c_Rd and I2c_Wr without interrupt blocking problems.

This unit has been replaced by new versions:
- RTC_PCF8583P.ppas: the "new" (see above) I2c routines are used now.

Enjoy :D

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Hi,
I did add a small article about how to make a "timebase" (to trigger activities as time goes by) in a PIC program.
See http://www.rosseeld.be/DRO/PIC/index.htm?#Tips article "Creating a Timebase".
Have fun.

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Hi, again a small article has been added: about the "storage" (representation in memory) of a mikroPascal "string" type of variable.
See http://users.edpnet.be/rosseel01/DRO/PIC/index.htm?#Tips article "Strings in mikroPascal".
Have fun. :D

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