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    Hello,

    Somebody has the same program using Proton and Mplab XC8 ?

    Ricardo Urio

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricardourio View Post
    Hello,

    Somebody has the same program using Proton and Mplab XC8 ?

    Ricardo Urio
    Do you mean code in Basic and similar in C or one IDE for both Basic and C and what for? What are you looking to do?

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    I suspect he means functionally identical programs, to test speed, code size etc.
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    George is correct. I want to compare the same program with different compilers. I would like to show the Proton efficiency for some programmers.

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