I have an arduino setup with LCD, RTC, EEPROM, Reed Switch, AC/DC Buck Converter, 4X4 Keypad. What PIC IC will let me connect with all these(40 Pins), and yet accept Arduino Code. I don't want to rewrite the code. I learn Arduino only recently, So shifting to another coding language is near impossible, since am not a coder.
The PIC32 has full (or nearly full) support for the Arduino API through the chipKIT project. If you want to use one of the smaller PIC chips (PIC16 / PIC18 etc) then you're out of luck. There just isn't a freely available C++ compiler for those chips, so the Arduino API can never really be ported to them.
I have, in the past, cobbled together an Arduino-style API layer for a handful of selected PIC18s which uses structs to emulate a couple of the Arduino C++ objects, but it only worked in a very basic way with no function overloading for things like
One of the problems from a low-end user's perspective is that the PIC32 only comes in harder to use TQFP and QFN etc packages in anything larger than 28 pins. That means you can't breadboard without a development board. Fortunately there are some breadboard friendly options in the chipKIT ecosystem, such as the Fubarino series of boards. For more pins though you'd be wanting one of the bigger boards, such as the MAX32 which is in a Mega footprint (but with even more pins).
It's important to note though that the PIC32 is a 3.3V device and, owing to physical differences in the way that some of the internals work, there are incompatibilities in some of the libraries and functionality (such as no "LOW" or "CHANGE" interrupt support, only "RISING" and "FALLING").
What PIC IC will let me connect with all these(40 Pins), and yet accept Arduino Code.
The answer is none.
The PIC world is different than the Arduino world. In the end the same things can be accomplished. But they are not directly compatible. Just like PCs/Microsoft compared to Apple. They are both computer systems. They both can do the same kind of things. But how it is done is different.