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Note #4 by LukeWells 2007.06.14 1:58 PM
This is exactly what I needed!

I know pascal, so no problems there, but I dont know how to actually control a PIC yet.

I'm sure i will work it out in the end

Note #3 by Jeppe 2007.05.28 6:52 PM

Nice compiler!

Note #2 by Tomy 2007.05.26 04:10 AM
Your compiler is great ! I hope you can add a general section in the forums. Then user can submit some code for share.
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