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Andy Neil
08/04/11 16:51
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Basingstoke
Uk


 
#183204 - "Outdated" (sic)
Responding to: Erik Malund's previous message
Erik Malund said:
"I've also been looking at some modern development systems using the ATmega family of MCUs, but I'd gain a lot of satisfaction from learning to assemble for the 8052 anyway"

the '51 family is by no means outdated

Indeed.

However, the '51 family has been around for a long time - which means that there is a great deal of material out there that is now outdated.

In just the same way that cars have been around for a long time - the basic principles remain the same, but a 20 year old book on car technology would not cover many of the things now standard on modern cars...

See: http://www.8052.com/forum/read/175610

And: http://www.8052.com/forum/read/175608



List of 8 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Questions about 8052 SBC      JP Thomas      08/03/11 07:03      
   EPROM is a quite old technology      Per Westermark      08/03/11 07:56      
   SBC and beyond      Jan Waclawek      08/03/11 13:57      
      Thanks!      JP Thomas      08/03/11 15:15      
         a (common?) misconception      Erik Malund      08/03/11 16:47      
            "Outdated" (sic)      Andy Neil      08/04/11 16:51      
   My Suggestion...      Michael Karas      08/03/11 22:23      
      silabs      Tom Varley      08/10/11 08:46      

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