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help! hitech c compiler - request for resources

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help! hitech c compiler

I'm new on hitech C compiler and searching some info about programming pic series uC.I have hitech manual but
it isn't enough I think.could somebody help me?
 

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Use Mplab from micorchip, a free download. Hi-Tech compiler works well with it and it supports most Pic variants and includes a simulator.
 

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You could also use this CCS PCWH PIC C compiler. I think it is the best and easiest to use for PIC. It comes with a lot of example code and drivers for peripherals like LCDs and EEproms. I find it much easier to use than Hi-Tech C and the CCS PCWH comes with nice GUI. The best feature though is the project wizard which sets up all the drivers an specific code for each type of PIC.

If you ned r*eg files please PM.

Compiler hompage:
w*w.ccsinfo.com/picc.shtml

Compiler reference manual download:
w*w.ccsinfo.com/piccmanual3.zip
 

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