Which vendor as of now do u consider has the best/extensive code support or examples ?? for 8 bit microcontrollers?
That is tough to answer. A lot depends upon your local sales office. I see strong support from Microchip, ST, and Atmel and Renesas. These are the 8-bit companies that have done well during the 2008-2010 "recession" BECAUSE they were focused on 8-bit. That focus kept their 8-bit biz alive.
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