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Microcontroller architectures, then and now

8/1/2008 10:00 PM EDT
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vimotaru
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vimotaru   11/13/2008 4:02:09 PM
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Try this http://www.avrbeginners.net/ and this http://www.atmel.com/atmel/acrobat/doc1022.pdf and practice, practice, practice... If you didn't program in assembler before, better read a little general course in assembler. Good luck!!

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mmk2000   11/13/2008 8:58:09 AM
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thanks too much i just need to know how can i learn programing for AVR in assembely language please help me if possible? good luck and all happiness for you.

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