PIC10F322 6 pin chip


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    Default PIC10F322 6 pin chip

    Hello, I'm currently using the student PBP3 with Micro Code Studio version and I have a project to use some PIC10F322 / 6 pin chips.
    on the devices list of the PBP3 silver edition this PIC it's included, but on the "
    Compare Editions of PICBASIC PRO Compiler" it is listed chips of 8-pin through 64-pin.

    I asked MELAB about this and they reply by sending me the link of the PBP3 edition device list.

    I assume it's will work but like to know just before buying the silver edition.

    Thank's

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    There is a list of supported chips on https://pbp3.com/devicelist.html
    Your chip is included

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    Default Re: PIC10F322 6 pin chip

    Hello, and thank's for the reply, I know the list it's included, but I'm concern about is the 6 pin chip (not the 8 pin) will work
    this is my request.

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    On your free student edition, is the chip you want to use supported?

    In either form. If it is supported then load the hex file and you are done.

    Ioannis

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    Default Re: PIC10F322 6 pin chip

    The 6-pin and 8-pin versions are exactly the same only packaged differently.
    The 8-pin package has 2 pins that are N/C so there really is no difference and no reason why it should not work with the silver edition despite the "matrix" saying 8-64pins.

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    Default Re: PIC10F322 6 pin chip

    this pic is only on the silver, gold edition.

    anyone got pbp3 codes ?

    let me know,

    thank's to all for help
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    Default Re: PIC10F322 6 pin chip

    What do you mean by "anyone got pbp3 codes ?"

    Ioannis

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    Hello, Ioannis

    I found the config for the OSC, and other.

    now it's working fine

    thank's to all



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