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Programming PIC microcontrollers in C: 

Course summary: 

"Learn more about the C Programming course"


Module1 Module2 Module3 Module4
C program structure. Controlling individual port bits.  Variables types and Conditional statements. Dice project using arrays and while loops.
Microcontroller
Flash memory
RAM memory
Internal units
Videos

Theory
C Start
C Compiler & ICPROG
Ports

DOWNLOAD 1.1
Program 1.1

Int/Ext controls

Start Learning C

main function
Braces
port direction
Infinite loop
Action code
Semicolons
Whitespace

Practical
Circuit diagram

Summary
Exercises
Theory
Operators &
expressions

Logical operators
Bitwise operators

DOWNLOAD 2.1
Program 2.1

Bitwise styles
Comments

DOWNLOAD 2.2
Program 2.2 

Practical
Circuit diagram

Summary
Exercises
Theory
Variables
Variable types
Choosing vars.
Declaration
Using variables
Variable assignment

Conditionals:

if-else

Invert (or NOT)
switch
Cond. expr ?:

Practical
The circuit

DOWNLOAD 3.1
Program 3.1

DOWNLOAD 3.2
Program 3.2

Summary
Exercises
Theory
Random number
Key debounce


Arrays
Array declaration

while
break
while(expr) ;
do while(expr);

Practical
The dice circuit

DOWNLOAD 4.1
Program 4.1

Summary
Exercises




Module5
Module6
Module7 Module8
Tidying up the dice project: Functions. Talking to the PC: RS232. Local statics
and compact operators.
Enumerated Types, typedef and Preprocessing.
Theory
Functions
void functions
Return values

Increment
Decrement

for loop
break again
continue
static variables

Practical
DOWNLOAD 5.1
Program 5.1


Summary
Exercises
Theory
Strings
String terminator
#include libraries
string.h

Formatting numbers
Using formatting

Practical
USART

The circuit
Hyperterminal

Download 6.1
Program 6.1

Download 6.2
Program 6.2

Summary
Exercises


Theory
Static variables
Scope
Local scope
File scope
Globals
Static functions
Compact operators

Practical Download 7.1
Program 7.1

Summary
Exercises
Theory
State machines
State diagram
Typedef
Enumerated types

The preprocessor
#include
#define (const)
#define (macros)

Conditional compilation


Practical
Download 8.1
Program 8.1


Summary
Exercises




Module9 Module10 Module11
Pointers and pass by reference. Structures, casting & PWM. Multiple project file structure.  
Theory
Pointers
Address operator
Derefererence

Pointers and arrays

Pointer Arguments

Practical
The circuit

Download 9.1
Program 9.1


Summary
Exercises
Theory
Casting
'struct' definition

2nd project data structure (struct)

PWM
duty cycle
PWM Average
PIC PWM module

Practical
The circuit

Download 10.1
Program 10.1


Summary
Exercises
Theory
Header files
Source files

Static functions 


Practical

Download 10.1
Program 10.1


Summary
Exercises
 





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