If you think you can’t code in C because your first language is BASIC, you are dead wrong. In reality, PICBASIC PRO and C are very much alike from a programmer’s view. I will show you how easy it is to port the LCD portion of the Explorer 8 Development Board example code for the PIC16F1719 from C to PICBASIC PRO. We’ll also look at how the MPLAB Code Configurator can help you code PICBASIC PRO programs.
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