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First Program initilload 11 2013 December 01, 2011
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ATmega168 variations and ISP Programmer 1 2595 November 23, 2011
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Turning a light on and off via serial connection 7 2474 November 22, 2011
by Rick_S
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how do you modify a makefile please help ASAP! 5 2438 November 16, 2011
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Initialload -upload error 258 5 1961 November 11, 2011
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Running 2 program in same time... subroutine 5 2043 November 09, 2011
by Molek
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