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Stefan Uhlemayr
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2008/12/19 14:52:39 (permalink)
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Flying with SoftWare Favorites Gallery List


similar to the other "Flying with ..."-threads, which were already initiated by Dennis (Neiwiertz), I want to start a similar thread about software. As I have programmed up to now only 8-bit-PIC's, and this only in assembler, I am only able to add links to useful assembler posts. It would be pretty nice, if other members could help to improve this "library of useful links". Feel free to send me a pm, if you think, that a link to a post should be posted here or add it yourself here. Thanks!

Have fun!Smile

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    RE: Flying with SoftWare Favorites Gallery List 2008/12/19 14:54:39 (permalink)
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    [ Tutorials:                                                      ]

    Getting Started with Development Tools: from Microchip

    Gooligum Electronics PIC Tutorials (baseline- and midrange-PIC's, assembler and "C"): from David Meiklejohn

    Elmer 160 (16F84, assembler): from John McDonough

    WinPicProg PIC Tutorial (16F628, assembler): from Nigel Goodwin

    PIC Microcontrollers (16F84, assembler): from Nebojsa Matic (mikroElektronika)

    PIC Microcontrollers - Programming in C: from Milan Verle (mikroElektronika)

    PIC18F45K20 - MPLAB C lessons: from Microchip

    Arithmetic Tutorials: from Douglas W. Jones

    Coin-Cell-Powered Embedded Design (using 18LF4321 in "C", free online book) from John B. Peatman

    PIC24 Tutorial ("C30"): from Engscope

    Collection of useful ASM30 related links: from MBedder

    Six rules for writing clean code: from Matt Gordon

    General rules for writing clean assembler code: from MBedder

    Efficient C-code for 8-bit-MCU's: from Nigel Jones

    [ Further explanations:                                           ]

    MPASM/MPLINK/MPLIB User's Guide: from Microchip

    MPLAB Assembler, Linker and Utilities for PIC24 and dsPIC30/33: from Microchip

    MPLAB Assembler, Linker and Utilities for PIC32 MCUs: from Microchip

    PIC18 Configuration Settings Addendum: from Microchip

    Essential C (a 45 page summary of "C") from Nick Parlante

    The C book (free online-book): from Mike Banahan, Declan Brady and Mark Doran

    PIC Microcontrollers - Free Online Book, examples with 16F887 from Milan Verle (mikroElektronika)

    Digital Filter Design from Zoran Milivojević (mikroElektronika)

    Differences between EQU and RES: from Dale Chisholm

    Why should I use "BANKSEL" to select the correct bank? from myself and Dale Chisholm

    Explanation of the paging in the PIC16-family: from Dale Chisholm

    Example of Relocatable Code: from Andrew Jacobs

    Arithmetic Operators in MPASM: from Andrew Jacobs

    Explanation of fractional numbers: from Jonny Doin

    Hard coding a software-breakpoint (ASM, C18, C30, C32): from Jason Kajita

    [ Migration Documents:                                            ]

    Migration a 8-bit-PIC design to PIC1xF1xxx: from Microchip

    Migrating a design from PIC16 to PIC18: from Microchip

    Migration from 18F to 18FxxJxx: from Microchip

    Migration from 18F to 24F - an overview: from Microchip

    dsPIC30F to PIC24H Conversion Guidelines: from Microchip

    dsPIC30F to dsPIC33F Conversion Guidelines: from Microchip

    Other (device-specific) migration documents: from Microchip

    [ Advanced Programming Technics:                                  ]

    Simple co-operative multitasking: from Richard Collett

    Different ways for multithreading: from Olin Lathrop

    State machine shortcuts: from Michael Kreiman

    Protothreads (stackless threads in C): from Oliver Schmidt

    Embedded multitasking with small MCUs: Part 1 - State Machine Constructs: from Keith Curtis

    Embedded multitasking with small MCUs: Part 2 - Cooperative vs. pre-emptive: from Keith Curtis

    Class B Safety Software - AN1229: from Microchip

    [ Tips and Tricks:                                                ]

    8-pin PIC Tips 'n Tricks: from Microchip

    CCP and ECCP Tips 'n Tricks: from Microchip

    Intelligent Power Supply Design Tips 'n Tricks: from Microchip

    Microcontroller Power Managed Tips 'n Tricks: from Microchip

    Example of LCD-Code for Picdem2: from violin

    Code Module Library: from Dario Greggio

    [ Neat Assembler Tricks:                                          ]

    How to access a variable bit: from Mike McLaren, Harry (1and0) and myself

    How to multiply a variable with a real constant: from Richard Collet

    Several good DIV- and MOD-routines: from Andrew Jacobs, Philippe Paternotte, Harry (1and0) and Mike McLaren

    How to divide a 16-bit-variable with a constant: from Andrew Jacobs

    Spreadsheet for calculating the values (see previous Tips): from Dennis Welbourn

    How to shift W-register 3 times (left or right) in 2 instructions (PIC18): from Lennart Hedlund

    How to exchange 2 registers without a temp-register

    Replace only the <mask> bits in <reg> by those in W leaving the rest of <reg> untouched from Danish Ali

    Print byte (hex) in W as two ASCII nybbles: from Mike McLaren

    Unpacked 3-digit BCD_to_Bin for PIC18: from MBedder and Harry (1and0)

    16 Bit Binary to 5 Digit BCD: from Andrew Jacobs

    PIC Microcontroller Radix Math Methods: from 'piclist.com'

    Check the Rotary Encoder A and B switches for a change from Mike McLaren

    Vertical counters for implementing repeating keys: from Mike McLaren and Jonny Doin

    Fast, short square root for PIC18: from schen

    Explanation how to compute a square root: from John N. Power

    Bit-banged SPI-slave: from Jonny Doin

    Makros for comparing two registers: from Harry (1and0)

    Conditional (content of a register) register-copying (or how to use the "C"-bit as Zero-bit): from Harry (1and0)

    Conditional branch depending on two bits: from Dario Greggio

    Case select in assembler (for some (not-successive) select-points): from Richard Collet

    Computed GOTO (index 0-63) for PIC18: from Mike McLaren

    Computed "GOTO" (index 0-255) for PIC18: from Olin Lathrop

    Null-terminated string-tables in program-memory: from Mike McLaren

    Cycle-accurate variable delay-routine (11..524298 cycles): from Michael Bond and Mike McLaren

    32-step-software-PWM (for driving LED's): from Mike McLaren

    8-channel 256-step-software-PWM (for PIC16 and PIC18): from Mike McLaren

    "Gamma" correction-table for LED-brightness: from Leo Bodnar

    Calculating parity for 8-bit-values: from Daniel

    [ "C"-related topics:                                             ]

    Explanation of using the "volatile"-qualifier: from John Temples

    FAQ about C on PIC (like: Can I make an array of port-pin's?): from John Temples

    Error: section '.udata_main.o' can not fit the section: from John Temples

    [ Interesting projects:                                           ]

    USB PIC related open source projects: from Xiaofan Chen

    Open Source Bootloader for dsPIC30: from Mikael Gustafsson

    Bootloader for dsPIC30: from Daniel Chia

    Add a SD-card to EIP10-board: from lcoulon (project still in progress)

    SD-card Enc28J60 Web-Server and FTP-server from Nimish Yedurkar (project still in progress)

    PIC handheld debugger: from Jaromir Sukuba

    LCD Oscilloscope for Spectrum Analyzers: from Matjaz Vidmar

    MiniBasic for PIC32: from Malcolm McLean and others

    Oscilloscope and signal generator realized with PIC18F4550: from Hristian Todorov

    8-channel USB-Logic-Analyzer based on PIC18F4550: from Mark Csele

    Special thanks to all of these very knowledgeable people, only their knowledge makes such a summary possible... Smile

    Additional big thanks to Dennis (Neiwiertz) for sending a lot of links to me (I hope, this way we can improve the clarity of this list).

    Finally, big thanks to Jason Kajita, too. His blog is really a good source...Smile
    post edited by Stefan Uhlemayr - 2011/03/06 12:05:48
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    RE: Flying with SoftWare Favorites Gallery List 2008/12/19 15:36:38 (permalink)
    Thank you Stefan Smile

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    RE: Flying with SoftWare Favorites Gallery List 2008/12/19 17:34:31 (permalink)
    I applaud your initiative and believe that you will be a good keeper for its care-taking.


    If it is worth writing it is worth writing in assembler.

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    RE: Flying with SoftWare Favorites Gallery List 2011/02/04 15:41:57 (permalink)
    The best thread seen so far on this forum :) thnx Stefan Uhlemayr
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