CME-12A4 EVB

Started by sylentkaos March 18, 2004
Does anyone have this Board for sale. I need this board for school. Also can anyone help me out with some basic programs (arithmetic, real time interrupts etc) using WHYP12? Or if you know any good links that might be useful. I will appreciate any help i can get.


In a message dated 3/17/04 7:36:52 PM Eastern Standard Time,
writes:

Does anyone have this Board for sale. I need this board for school. Also
can anyone help me out with some basic programs (arithmetic, real time
interrupts etc) using WHYP12? Or if you know any good links that might be useful. I
will appreciate any help i can get.
Technological Arts has a couple of HC12A4 boards



I don't have the board for sale, but based on your second request,
WHYP12, do you attend Oakland U? From what I understand that seems to
be the only place where that language is used (Haskell, being the author
of the book and teacher). I was there once, did a google seach on Whyp
and got nothing significant.

From what I understood, it was a bit forth like.... You should be able
to perform real time interrupts (assuming you have a stack), but I'm
almost convinced they wouldn't be as straight forward as if they were
don in C or Asm.

Good luck in your quest.

John

In a message dated 3/17/04 7:36:52 PM Eastern Standard Time,
writes:

Does anyone have this Board for sale. I need this board for school.
Also
can anyone help me out with some basic programs (arithmetic, real time
interrupts etc) using WHYP12? Or if you know any good links that might
be useful. I
will appreciate any help i can get.




Hi

> can anyone help me out with some basic
> programs (arithmetic, real time
> interrupts etc) using WHYP12? Or if you
> know any good links that might be useful.

WHYP12 is the programming language Forth
under another name. The examples you need
are covered in Richard Haskell's book:

"Design of Embedded Systems Using
68HC12/11 Microcontrollers". Regards Jeremy Fowell

Cobalt Controls Ltd
England


You can get it from Axiom Manufacturing, www.axman.com, click on 68HC12.

At 04:33 PM 3/17/04, you wrote:
>Does anyone have this Board for sale. I need this board for school. Also
>can anyone help me out with some basic programs (arithmetic, real time
>interrupts etc) using WHYP12? Or if you know any good links that might be
>useful. I will appreciate any help i can get. >
>
>--------------------To learn more
>about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
>http://www.motorola.com/mcu
>o learn more about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
>http://www.motorola.com/mcu
>
>Yahoo! Groups Links >
>




Richard Haskell wrote 'Design of Embedded Systems Using 68HC12/11
Microcontrollers' ISBN 0-13-083208-1 and uses many examples all in WHYP. At
the Axiom site you will find a listing of books relating to the 68HC12
series. The Huang book has many assembly and C examples specifically for
the A4 B32 and D60 versions - also it discusses the Axiom development
system. I also found the Valvano book quite good as it discusses a few
issues that are not covered by any other book that I have reviewed; for
example, atomic or synchronized access to a circular queue, which I needed
for a project that I was doing in real time. You can also get a 10%
discount as a student, and there are example programs on the Axiom site that
do the usual 'hello world' and the other one is a keypad program the writes
to an LCD display. Should you go the Axiom way you should know that besides
the development board, you will need the AXBDM12A debugger utility, and the
LCD and keypad should be obtained as they are fairly cheap. Also, if you
go this way you get a chance to keep in touch with their support personnel
to help you get started with the questions that you will want to ask! I did
this for about 4 months and always got a prompt reply to any email questions
the same day.
Sydney
----- Original Message -----
From: Gary Olmstead
To:
Sent: Friday, March 19, 2004 8:30 PM
Subject: Re: [68HC12] CME-12A4 EVB You can get it from Axiom Manufacturing, www.axman.com, click on 68HC12.

At 04:33 PM 3/17/04, you wrote:
>Does anyone have this Board for sale. I need this board for school.
Also
>can anyone help me out with some basic programs (arithmetic, real time
>interrupts etc) using WHYP12? Or if you know any good links that might be
>useful. I will appreciate any help i can get. >
>
>--------------------To learn more
>about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
>http://www.motorola.com/mcu
>o learn more about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
>http://www.motorola.com/mcu
>
>Yahoo! Groups Links >
>
--------------------To learn more
about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
http://www.motorola.com/mcu
o learn more about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
http://www.motorola.com/mcu
----
--
Yahoo! Groups Links

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I am using Richard Haskell's book now for the course. I need some help understand some of the exercises in the book.

--- In , "Sydney Faria" <n1huq@h...> wrote:
> Richard Haskell wrote 'Design of Embedded Systems Using 68HC12/11
> Microcontrollers' ISBN 0-13-083208-1 and uses many examples all in WHYP. At
> the Axiom site you will find a listing of books relating to the 68HC12
> series. The Huang book has many assembly and C examples specifically for
> the A4 B32 and D60 versions - also it discusses the Axiom development
> system. I also found the Valvano book quite good as it discusses a few
> issues that are not covered by any other book that I have reviewed; for
> example, atomic or synchronized access to a circular queue, which I needed
> for a project that I was doing in real time. You can also get a 10%
> discount as a student, and there are example programs on the Axiom site that
> do the usual 'hello world' and the other one is a keypad program the writes
> to an LCD display. Should you go the Axiom way you should know that besides
> the development board, you will need the AXBDM12A debugger utility, and the
> LCD and keypad should be obtained as they are fairly cheap. Also, if you
> go this way you get a chance to keep in touch with their support personnel
> to help you get started with the questions that you will want to ask! I did
> this for about 4 months and always got a prompt reply to any email questions
> the same day.
> Sydney
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Gary Olmstead
> To:
> Sent: Friday, March 19, 2004 8:30 PM
> Subject: Re: [68HC12] CME-12A4 EVB > You can get it from Axiom Manufacturing, www.axman.com, click on 68HC12.
>
> At 04:33 PM 3/17/04, you wrote:
> >Does anyone have this Board for sale. I need this board for school.
> Also
> >can anyone help me out with some basic programs (arithmetic, real time
> >interrupts etc) using WHYP12? Or if you know any good links that might be
> >useful. I will appreciate any help i can get.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >--------------------To learn more
> >about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
> >http://www.motorola.com/mcu
> >o learn more about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
> >http://www.motorola.com/mcu
> >
> >Yahoo! Groups Links
> >
> >
> >
> >
> --------------------To learn more
> about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
> http://www.motorola.com/mcu
> o learn more about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
> http://www.motorola.com/mcu >
> ----
> --
> Yahoo! Groups Links
>
> a.. To >
>




No i dont attend Oakland U i attend Capitol College thank you im going to need the luck.

--- In , "John Theofanopoulos" <jtheos@t...> wrote:
> I don't have the board for sale, but based on your second request,
> WHYP12, do you attend Oakland U? From what I understand that seems to
> be the only place where that language is used (Haskell, being the author
> of the book and teacher). I was there once, did a google seach on Whyp
> and got nothing significant.
>
> From what I understood, it was a bit forth like.... You should be able
> to perform real time interrupts (assuming you have a stack), but I'm
> almost convinced they wouldn't be as straight forward as if they were
> don in C or Asm.
>
> Good luck in your quest.
>
> John
>
> In a message dated 3/17/04 7:36:52 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> sylentkaos@y... writes:
>
> Does anyone have this Board for sale. I need this board for school.
> Also
> can anyone help me out with some basic programs (arithmetic, real time
> interrupts etc) using WHYP12? Or if you know any good links that might
> be useful. I
> will appreciate any help i can get.




Even though I bought the book (via the net) I compared it with about 9 other
books on the 68HC12: I give it a rating of about 9 since it was so oriented
towards whyp which I have no use for at all. The number one rating is a tie
between Valvano and Huang. If you want examples for the 68HC12 A4, B32,
D60A both in asm and in C then Huang is the way to go. I got a used one for
$35 with the CD and would have paid much more if I had known the content of
the book. The examples cover ints, various basic examples including showing
how to pass parameters to a subroutine, SCI, SPI, the timer module (and the
enhanced version) with many IC/OC examples, a chapter on CAN (which saved my
bacon), memory management, the BDM interface and how it works etc etc. My
feeling is that you need to understand the microcontroller first, then
programming becomes much easier. Get theHuang book, you'll post a thank you
msg down the road. SCF
----- Original Message -----
From: sylentkaos
To:
Sent: Monday, March 22, 2004 8:35 PM
Subject: [68HC12] Re: CME-12A4 EVB No i dont attend Oakland U i attend Capitol College thank you im going to
need the luck.

--- In , "John Theofanopoulos" <jtheos@t...> wrote:
> I don't have the board for sale, but based on your second request,
> WHYP12, do you attend Oakland U? From what I understand that seems to
> be the only place where that language is used (Haskell, being the author
> of the book and teacher). I was there once, did a google seach on Whyp
> and got nothing significant.
>
> From what I understood, it was a bit forth like.... You should be able
> to perform real time interrupts (assuming you have a stack), but I'm
> almost convinced they wouldn't be as straight forward as if they were
> don in C or Asm.
>
> Good luck in your quest.
>
> John
>
> In a message dated 3/17/04 7:36:52 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> sylentkaos@y... writes:
>
> Does anyone have this Board for sale. I need this board for school.
> Also
> can anyone help me out with some basic programs (arithmetic, real time
> interrupts etc) using WHYP12? Or if you know any good links that might
> be useful. I
> will appreciate any help i can get.
--------------------To learn more
about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
http://www.motorola.com/mcu
o learn more about Motorola Microcontrollers, please visit
http://www.motorola.com/mcu
----
--
Yahoo! Groups Links

a.. To