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July 26, 2005, 5:37 pm
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I recommend starting with a board that uses the 9s12DP256 CPU, which
also has a d-bug12 monitor in flash to help you test programs that run
in RAM. These connect to a PC using a serial port.
If you need to use flash memory, I'd get a board based on the 9s12C32,
which can easily program your flash memory over a serial port.
There's a nice gcc C compiler for both Windows and Linux:
I make free Windows IDEs for both assembler and gcc.
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