Noob question inbound:
I'm getting into PIC programming, and I'm using a kit to build a microcontroller setup on a breadboard. Following the instructions here:
The images below are of the schematic for the circuit, and a photo of an actual wired breadboard. I want to understand how the schematic relates to the breadboard photo before I start wiring my own. I think it's making sense to me with one exception:
How is the 3v3 current being applied to pin 28?
I can see how power is being routed to the right rail, and the bridge to pin 13. The ground connections make sense. However, I cannot for the life of me see how power is being applied to pin 28. Am I missing something, or is there a missing wire in the breadboard photo?