As I am new to Microchip PIC...Could you please provied website which helps to learn PIC?
@cmpatel: The best way to learn PIC is do PIC. I suggest getting your hands on one of the many PIC books out there and building up the projects contained within them. Chuck Hellebuyck has some good stuff. You will also find some helpful learning projects in the magazines that support PIC. Try searchin on "Fred Eady" and you'll get some references to stuff I have done.
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