ME Labs’ PBP3 is the de facto standard when it comes to embedded BASIC programming with Microchip microcontrollers. The ME Labs folks have now created an onboard embedded programmer that is housed within a PIC18F45K50. They combined the newly developed embedded programmer with a PIC16F1937. This embedded programmer/PIC16F1937 fusion is called the D-Stick. In this installment, we will put the D-Stick to work with BASIC and C.
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