The Proton BASIC compilers: The Proton BASIC compilers comprise of a BASIC compiler for 8-bit PIC microcontroller devices and for 16-bit PIC24 and dsPIC33 devices. The compiler runs on a Windows Operating System from Windows XP to Windows 10. This is the valid full compiler and "not" a copied version, so future updates are fully compatible. The Proton compilers have been around for quite a few years and are extremely stable and have thousands of users, both professional and enthusiasts. The Proton8 Compiler supports: The Proton8 Compiler supports 99% of all 8-bit PIC microcontrollers, and The Proton24 Compiler supports approx 90% of PIC24 and dsPIC33 devices, and the list is growing continuously, and don't forget, for the price you will receive both compilers!!!. The latest addition to the Proton8 compiler are the PIC18FxxQ10 devices, which offer quite a lot of power, but are quite inexpensive. The Proton languages support many different variable types: -Single Bit Variables. -Signed and Unsigned 8-bit, Byte Arrays and Variables. -Signed and Unsigned 16-bit, Word Arrays and Variables. -Unsigned 24-bit, Long Arrays and Variables. -Signed and Unsigned 32-bit, Dword Arrays and Variables. -32-bit Floating Point Arrays and Variables. -64-bit Floating Point Arrays and Variables (with Proton24 for PIC24 and dsPIC33 devices). -String Variables. -Flash memory Constants and Tables. The Proton languages also support Procedures: The Proton languages also support Procedures that accept parameters and that can also return a variable. Within each procedure, local variables can be created and a procedure will not be added to a program unless it is called from within the program, so true libraries can be created. The compilers have a host of built in commands: The compilers have a host of built in commands for a device's peripherals from RS232 to I2C to SPI to the ADC to the PWMs to Dallas 1-wire to USB.... The list continues... The Proton languages are extremely easy to use: The Proton languages are extremely easy to use, but very powerful, and even the tiny 6-pin PIC devices are supported, to the 100 pin monsters. And because the compilers produce very tight, optimised, assembler code, an inexpensive device is capable of some surprising things!
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