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Nuts & Volts Magazine (December 2004)
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BASIC Stamp Accessories Made Easier

By Jon Williams

Not long after the BASIC Stamp started a revolution in small microcontrollers, Scott Edwards started what turned into a cottage industry: serial accessories. Thanks to the new (and free!) SX/B compiler from Parallax, you, too, can join the serial accessory club ... and do so much more.

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