• PicŪ Basic


  • Welcome to Proton BASIC Compiler


    BASIC for PICŪ microcontrollers


    The Proton Product range comprises of the Proton Development Suite™ and supporting Hardware development platforms. Proton Basic and the supporting hardware is for use with PICŪ microcontrollers.
    See the article WHAT IS PROTON, for a detailed description.

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    shantanu@india-969

    PicKit3 Programmer

    Thread Starter: Dave-S

    Trying to setup a PicKit3 Programmer. Has gone through the install programmer and the Dos screen flashes up but does not stay there, and it does not...

    shantanu@india Today, 12:01 Go to last post
    charliecoultas-16125

    complie issue

    Thread Starter: chuckieboy

    Hi All It's been a long time since I've played with PDS. Back in 2013 I wrote a program all working correctly, I've recently was required to make an...

    charliecoultas Today, 11:11 Go to last post
    Frizie-140

    Issue with MID$

    Thread Starter: Frizie

    Hi people! I have a small issue with the MID$ command. If I put a semi-colon in the source-string then I get the compiler error: Unbalanced...

    Frizie Today, 10:19 Go to last post
    Dave-S-350

    UMC Loader

    Thread Starter: Dave-S

    Trying to use the MicroCode loader, but when I select either Loader or Loader Options from the "View" menu it just opens my Melabs Programmer. How...

    Dave-S Today, 08:20 Go to last post
    towlerg-21522

    16F627 - How do I enable pull-ups on PORTB?

    Thread Starter: davroski

    Hi, Data sheet says OPTION register bit 7 (RBPU) should be set to 0 but compiler 3.5.9.9 doesn't seem to recognise OPTION.7 = 0 or RBPU = 0 Thanks...

    towlerg Today, 01:02 Go to last post
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