Should I continue with these posts?

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I've said it before, I'm a newbie and as you can see I'm running into many issues using the STK600 platform for the ATtiny10 programming.

The more experienced members out there may have been here before and think this thread is untrue/naieve/unwarranted but others may find it helpful. Maybe the tech writers will take pity on me and update the AVR Studio help files with ATtiny10-specific programming instructions. Maybe the ATtiny "preliminary" data sheet tech writers could include Tiny10 specific code examples for the ADC or the PWM. The data sheet was written by folks who know much more than the readers like me. ("The curse of knowledge" problem.)

My experience with the PIC seems to have spoiled me to thinking it is or should be simple to program and run a small 6-pin device. The fact that a $300 STK600 hardware platform investment won't allow on-chip debug seems ridiculous to me.

If you want to hear more on this subject, please let me know. If you think this is not the forum for this, also let me know.

Bob

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If you are asking whether or not to continue creating thread after thread about the same subject instead of continuing the subject in a single thread, then the answer is definitely: STOP.

Regards,
Steve A.

The Board helps those that help themselves.

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I agree entirely with Steve - the rules here are simply:

1) create one thread about one subject and stick with it
2) do not create multiple thread in multiple fora
3) do not simply hijack onto the end of someone else's thread if the subject is not IDENTICAL.

I don't see the purpose of this thread to simply inspect one's own navel. So I'll lock this one and remove the poll status.

(having said that we are ALWAYS interested in posts from people here that are treading new ground - as far as I know you are the very first person to get Tiny10 programs working and I'm sure we'd all like to hear about your experiences - but keep it all in one thread unless you need a radical divergence of topic)

Cliff (moderator - PM if you have a problem with this)

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