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    I will be resurrecting the protongeeks site soon , and intend to include a number of F.A.Q's , along with turotials from beginer to advanced, along with projects.
    Advice papers ect ,, all help will be apreciated.

    I intend it to be like the original site on steroids.
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    I look forward to it Maverick If I can do anyhting to help, let me know

    Regards
    John

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    Top tip to myself...
    Remember to remove Proton Usb key, before ramming laptop in its bag, and dashing off late to work Surprisingly it still works!

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    And what stumped me for a few hours, AFTER the code worked on another pic, was THIS important little line for a 12F509......

    OPTION_REG.5 = 0 ' now GPIO.2 (T0CKI) can be used for I/O


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    In response to what Dolci said above, I found this interesting video..



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    I found this tutorial somewhere in the web. It has an embed facility so I hope it is legal to post it here. Might be good in Wiki.

    <embed src="http://d.scribd.com/ScribdViewer.swf?document_id=7378807&access_key=ke y-c6za0hb1xv1hicqewi1&page=1&version=1&viewMode=list " quality="high" pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer" play="true" loop="true" scale="showall" wmode="opaque" devicefont="false" bgcolor="#ffffff" name="doc_404385033898859_object" menu="true" allowfullscreen="true" allowscriptaccess="always" salign="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" align="middle" mode="list" height="500" width="100%"></embed>
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    Hi Dolci,

    It is always a good idea to ask the author if you can post it. You could offer a link to them in return. Some is going to throw their toys out of the cot if they discover you are using their work. So do ask. The worst that can happen is...

    The wiki would be the right place for it. There are links to other tutors already. It may not be nessesary to upload the whole tutorial to the wiki, just a link would be fine. A link to the book doesn't require permission.
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    Nice book.....
    Let us hope Mr. Qureshi joins this forum someday & enriches it..
    Shantanu

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    That has to be the best absolute complete beginners guide to PIC programming I have seen anywhere and the fact that it's Proton BASIC based makes it a winner. Not only should it go on the WIKI but someone needs to bring it to Crownhill's attention with a view to making arrangements with the author to have it included on a new version of the Proton retail CDROM or at least on the website so beginners can download it. That tutorial can do a lot to put Proton on the educational road map.
    :wink: The 3 E's of Proton Development System
    * Excellence - robust, industry strength, best in class performance.
    * Efficient - concise assembler compilation.
    * Empowering - gets the job done faster from concept to production.

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    Good thinking there, Everett !
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