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    Default Preview of updated Proton Compiler Manual

    I've updated the Proton compiler's manual to incorporate the procedures, and I've also reformatted the manual into sections.

    I've uploaded the manual's PDF to my google drive so you can have a sneak preview.

    Proton Compiler Manual - Ver 3.7.0.0
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    Hi Les,
    An excellent job!
    Please tell me, does the current compiler support procedures?
    Thanks a lot,
    Teo

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    Les, I wonder if the man hugging the IC is not a tad amateurish, which is great for sales to peeps like me, the tinkering folk, but if I was still working (thank god those days are behind me) and I put in a proposal to buy Prorton, I'd be realy worried that my boss might see the cover. Just me, no critisism intended.
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    Hello Les
    Proton, the Professional grade programming platform for the "new way".

    more good added to Proton, fantastic!

    Gary

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    Perhaps we should have 2 Brand styles for the Product, Hobby ( as per current logo ) and Professional ( Branded to look more like Visual Studio, blue and rather bland! )
    JohnB

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    But John, George.... The compiler is not selling so does it matter what is on the front of it?

    I've had 0 from sales of the compiler for almost 2 years!

    I'm doing it for the love of the compiler and my respect for its many, many users, and the character on the front is the character I am using in the book I'm writing for Proton and Proton24. It's captain Proton and he will be at the beginning of each chapter being Cold for temperature monitoring projects, looking at his watch for timing projects, sitting at a synth for the interfaces to the "many" 80s and 90s synth chips I have, and sitting at drums for the drum synth circuits using the good old analogue drum simulators, but controlled by the microcontroller for rythms etc, looking like a zombie for the halloween projects etc...

    The characters were drawn by my lovely niece Amie, and they are what I asked her to draw, then I scanned them and put them in photoshop and made them coloured and outlined etc... It shows that Proton is "fun" to use, which seems to be the thing these days. Heck, if I could, I'd animate the character for youtube as well, but that's out of my league. :-(

    I'm also setting up and creating an electronics kit for young and older adults based on Proton and a good, inexpensive, PIC24 device, that is based upon a technique used in the early 70s for creating the re-usable circuits on a PCB. The circuits will be both analogue and digital with all sorts of fun projects that are easy to build and develop. This type of item also seems to be the "thing" these days, and I'd love to put it on KickStarter etc, but there are so many rip-off merchants on those sites that steal peoples ideas because they have the money to do it, but no creativity of there own. Also, copyrights mean nothing now, unless you have lots and lots of money to take them to court! And copyrights do not seem to exist at all with some of the Asian countries.

    So, I'm doing it bit by bit when the money is available to me to get parts for the prototype. I'm also using the 3D printer for some of the component carriers, because getting them built elsewhere is way too expensive.
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    G'day Les,
    I've read through the new sections and the addition of procedures will really help me tidy up my code. As you may remember I've often wished for a procedural approach. I know subroutines can 'sort of' do the same but nowhere near as sweetly as this new approach.
    The new strategy also provides a function like usage and that is a major plus for me. I'll be rewriting at least one of my recent programs not because it doesn't work well but because I like code to be and look systematic (the Delphi in me). Who knows, there's probably a left over subroutine or two that won't be compiled now.
    Looking forward to the new compiler and making a payment to the Les treasury.
    John

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    Hello
    I went through all the pages of the manual and I think the new format is great, although I now feel like I have to quit my old way of programming and try the new stuff, makes me feel like a old stick in the mud, so many changes, for the old brain.

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    But John, George.... The compiler is not selling so does it matter what is on the front of it?

    I've had 0 from sales of the compiler for almost 2 years!
    Les, I've PM'd you. Please respond.
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    I can't wait to use the new features described in the new manual and as John wrote:

    "Looking forward to the new compiler and making a payment to the Les treasury."

    Johan

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