Manual proton ide

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Compiler Version 3.07 Beta 7

PROTON+ Compiler. Development Suite.
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PROTON+ Compiler. Development Suite.
The PROTON+ compiler was written with simplicity and flexibility in mind. Using BASIC, which is almost certainly the easiest programming languagearound, you can now produce extremely powerful applications for your PICmicrotm without having to learn the relative complexity of assembler, or wade through the gibberish that is C. Having said this, various 'enhancements' for extra versatility and ease of use have been included in the event that assembler is required. The PROTON+ IDE provides a seamless development environment, which allows youto write, debug and compile your code within the same Windows environment, and by using a compatible programmer, just one key press allows you to program and verify the resulting code in the PICmicrotm of your choice! The front end of the compilers are Windows based. Simply specify the device at the program beginning and the code produced will be fully compatible with that device. Contact...
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