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Good PIC tutorial in C

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pelle.jansen:
Hi all,
I am new here and new to microcontrollers. I am a long time subscriber to eevblog on youtube though :D
My electronics skills were going up and up so I decided to give MCU's a try.

I have ordered a PicKit 3 + a few PIC16F's on ebay and cant wait for them to arrive  :P
But I have done hours of research and still cant even light a LED  :'(
MPlab X , HiTech PICC lite, C18 and MPASM(not that i'm gonna do any assembly any time soon) are installed.
Right now I have no Idea how to set a pin as output and then set it high. I did get delay working tough.

So, does anyone know a good turorial or lesson to tech me this?
I'm fluent in Python, know some C and have never seen a word assembly in my life.

Thanks,

Noize:
The first lesson "basic I/O" should help you light an led.
Here http://www.gooligum.com.au/tut_midrange_C.html

Just alter the code to suit your microcontroller by referring to the relevant datasheet.

caffeinatedbard:
http://www.mikroe.com/eng/products/view/11/book-pic-microcontrollers/

Very good tutorial even though it is based on their compiler.  You should be able to extract information that can be applied across all families though.

Good luck!

metalphreak:
Find the PICC PDF manual in the installation directory. It's 1000+ pages and has a few intro sections that explain quite a bit.

Zero999:
Learn assembler first LOL. ;D

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