|First, it's worth mentioning that there are more PIC resource sites on the net than you can shake a PIC at. So in addition to these links, search Google for PIC, or PIC + basic if you don't find useful info here.
Most of my notes are for the flash pics using PicBasic Pro from Microengineering Labs, but some are for C or assembler.
The obvious PIC link:
|All my PicBasic Pro code examples can be found on my code blog. What follows are more lengthy introductions to basic topics.
My PIC notes:
There are tons of PIC books. These are just a few that I have or know are good.
Experimenting with the PicBasic Pro Compiler Les Johnson, ©2000, Crownhill Associates. ISBN 1-903719-00-3
Robots, Androids, and Animatrons, second edition John Iovine. ©2001, McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing; ISBN: 0071376836
Pic Microcontroller Project Book John Iovine. ©2000, McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing; ISBN: 0071354794
Programming and Customizing PicMicro Microcontrollers Myke Predko. ©2000 McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing; ISBN: 0071361723
Easy PIC'n - A Beginner's Guide to Using PIC16/17 Microcontrollers David Benson.©1999, Square One Electronics; ISBN: 0965416208
PIC'n Up The Pace - PIC16/17 Microcontroller Applications Guide David Benson.©1999,Square One Electronics; ISBN: 0965416216
Serial PIC'n Roger Stevens.©1999, Square 1 Electronics.ISBN: 0965416224.
TCP/IP Lean: Web servers for Embedded Systems Jeremy Bentham. ©2000,CMP Books; ISBN: 1929629117
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