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PIC32 Simulation in any program (Proteus, Multisim etc.)

I want to make a project with PIC32 MZ. But I couldn't find this microcontroller in simulation programs. I noticed that there was no PIC32 model, not just that model.
Is it possible to add an external library for those who want to work on this subject? Or if there is such a version, can the link be shared?
 
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    Re: PIC32 Simulation in any program (Proteus, Multisim etc.) 2020/06/03 16:42:31 (permalink)
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    Why not ask the authors of those programs? They are not Microchip products.
     

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    Re: PIC32 Simulation in any program (Proteus, Multisim etc.) 2020/06/04 01:23:23 (permalink)
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    The programs are not Microchip products, of course. But what I want to simulate is the Microchip product.
     
    I asked this question with the assumption that there is someone here who has noticed this problem before and found a solution.
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    Re: PIC32 Simulation in any program (Proteus, Multisim etc.) 2020/06/04 12:54:15 (permalink)
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    Simulation is a very important stage in the project. I would be glad if someone who knows can answer as soon as possible.
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