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Which kind of cable I need to connect I/O of this devboard to its breadboard:

Where I can find it? Thanks in advance.

My (HW && SW) Setup: (MyAVR USB Programmer | bread-board | Butterfly | Arduino 10k | ATtiny2313 | ATmega8) && (WinAVR | AVR asm | AVRstudio)

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Just regular single conductor hookup wire. Cut to size, strip off 5mm insulation at each end, and push them in the desired holes.

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The headers' dev-board side seems male, like these:

while the breadboard's ones are surely female so I should use cables that are male/female ??

My (HW && SW) Setup: (MyAVR USB Programmer | bread-board | Butterfly | Arduino 10k | ATtiny2313 | ATmega8) && (WinAVR | AVR asm | AVRstudio)

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Spark Fun Electronics has these: Wires .

This is a female to female connector wire. They have another pack of male to male wires, together you can make female to male wires, which is what you really need.

You could also just cut the female to female wires in half, and strip the end, or cut off one connector if you need the length.

Other vendors have them also, but this should give you an idea of what you are looking for.

JC

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this is what you are after:http://www.roboticsconnection.co...
as you can see, it's not that hard to make some yourself. Just have to find a source for single pin female connectors (probably your local supplier has them). and for male connectors I would use the same as you have on your picture, to get better connection to the breadboard (also easier to push in).