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Old 11-11-2004, 11:27 AM   #1
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8 bit Micro connected to a PC monitor?

Sorry for the stupid questions but I'm new in this area so...
Anyways what I'm after is that I was wondering if there is a way to make a 8 bit micro to connect to a PC monitor, and program from there....

Or make a 8 bit micro computer that I can use as if it was a 32 bit computer, like I can use the keyboard and connect it to the monitor as well.

if there are any projects or links that you can give me I'll be very grateful

I know that questions are rather stupid
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Its not easily done and not practical. The typical method is to develop your code on a PC and then download it to the microprocessor or E(E)PROM device.


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