Cornell University ECE4760
Sometimes it is useful to program directly on the PIC32. This usually takes the form of an interpreter.
- MicroMite MkII on PIC32 by Geoff Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 4.5 version at the bottom of this page can be downloaded directly to the PIC32MX250 and runs a version of Basic called MMBasic.
Just flash the hex file and hook a serial adaptor to pins 11 and 12, as described in the manual.
Images show the board and a 3-line program edited and running on the PIC32.
- IRIXBASIC on PIC32
https://github.com/jvvood/CKF by jvwood
hackaday article on FORTH with link to JONESFORTH
- PyMite and Python-on-a-chip
- PicoC and ReMix
- PICOL a Tcl interpreter in 550 lines of C code
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January 5, 2017