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PIC16F72 vs PIC16C72 programming

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pic16c72 vs pic16c72

helloI have the ICD2 mplab pic programmer and it supports PIC16F72.
I need to know if I can program the PIC16C72 too.

Is the only difference the memory type, or do I need to make some code thanges in my program?
 

pic16c72 vs pic16f72

16F72 is a flash version which can be erased and programmed many times. But 16C72 is an One time Programmable. Code will be same for both the devices. But i think 16C is obsolute. Is it still available?
 

pic16c72 programmer

Yes it is obsolete. I have a mil-spec version of it so I would like to try the code there.

Is there any specific programmer requirement? I mean the programmer designed for PIC16F72 will be able to program the PIC16C72 too?
 

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