Monthly Archives: January 2012

Atypical Curiosity

Actually I am typically pretty curious, especially when it comes to programming languages. Atypical is a programming language that I discovered recently almost by mistake. It was designed for the PIC and around the PIC assembly (midrange, 14-bit core) by … Continue reading

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PIC32MX7 PIM, RB5 pin conflict (solved)

I need to thank Martin K. for bringing to my attention an issue that appears to be affecting quite a few of the readers of my PIC32 book when they attempt to use one of the new MX7 PIMs on … Continue reading

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