PIC Programming in "Basic"

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PIC Programming in "Basic"

What is the best way to start programming in "Basic". I have done a lot of programming using "Basic" using Basic Micro  MBASIC PRO IDE and the ISP/PRO ICSP from (www.BasicMicro.com) but it does not support many of the newer chips. What I am looking for is someones experienced opinion on which new products work the best for programming in circuit PIC's in the "Basic" language.
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    ytlee
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    RE: PIC Programming in "Basic" 2008/03/20 19:56:20 (permalink)
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    RE: PIC Programming in "Basic" 2008/03/20 20:50:23 (permalink)
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    Swordfish BASIC for the 18F series PICs is really nice. Great IDE too.


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    RE: PIC Programming in "Basic" 2008/03/24 11:29:57 (permalink)
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    Hello;

    I have been out of the country for two weeks, so this information may be a bit old.

    Take a look at MicroEngineering's PicBasic Pro.  A fully working demo can be downloaded from thier website.

    In a recient issue of Nuts-N-Volts mag. several compilers were compared and  PicBasic-Pro compiled code ran the fastest and used the least program memory.

    Paul Bergsman, N3PSO


    For the most cost effective PIC prototyping board around:
    http://mysite.verizon.net/vzes94mj/picprototypingboard
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    RE: PIC Programming in "Basic" 2008/04/05 06:48:46 (permalink)
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    This might interest PIC developers who would like to program in BASIC and are just starting out:
     
    www.kicchip.co.uk
     
    The software is free and includes a BASIC simulator.
     
    The chip uses a 3 wire interface direct from the serial port of a PC (via 2 resistors) so need for a device programmer.
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    RE: PIC Programming in "Basic" 2008/04/05 07:40:22 (permalink)
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    Take a look at MicroEngineering's PicBasic Pro.

     
    Yes they have a good compiler

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