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Have a question for you programmers like me out there! OOPic

I have googled this but am unable to find exactly what languages this IC supports... OOP (object oriented programming) is such mostly from libraries. What language does this support? Is it more scalable from the Picaxe basic. I do C# and Java and do it very well for 5 years. If I can use those on this Pic with its firmware that would be awesome. If its just Visual Basic then I will prolly go for the .NET serializer.

 

Thanks for your info...

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Freak C! lol I just do C# and Picaxe BASIC. :D

This is just what I needed....I hope this isn't hijacking the thread but what C compilers does everyone here use for PIC programming? I've been meaning to move away from straight ASM to speed up dev time, but I have had nothing but bad experiences with any C compilers I've found. 

Back to the topic...the assembly language of the MCU is definitely the best way to learn the functionality of the MCU. I really don't know how OO these chips were ever meant to be...How about one of those Java chips I've heard about?

http://www.imsystech.com/products/microprocessors.htm

 

EDIT: Brutal...I have been out of some loop for a while apparently...just googled OOPic for the first time! That being said, have you been to http://www.oopic.com/? It seems to have everything in the Tutorial section.  Also, thread move to the OOPic section perhaps? It's positively empty...

This is just what I needed....I hope this isn't hijacking the thread but what C compilers does everyone here use for PIC programming? I've been meaning to move away from straight ASM to speed up dev time, but I have had nothing but bad experiences with any C compilers I've found.

I use the C-compilers from Microchips homepage and the  MPlab IDE.

IDE: http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1406&dDocName=en019469&part=SW007002

Compilers: http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1406&dDocName=en534868

Perfect! Should have checked the Microchip site first....

Thank you very much!

if you're running linux, C is definitely the way to go, compilers/debuggers are usually already built in. I learned most of my programming in Linux... yet I still use Windows. I really need to hold my nose and just dive in :P
No idea, but be a real man and get an AVR and use C/ASM.
firmware programming is not for me. Hacking firmware is for me. lol :D