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    bravo-72360

    SMS Number Save

    Thread Starter: bravo

    Hi Folks, I need some help with a GSM problem, which seems to be to do with Cntrl Z. But may not be. I am trying to text a number to a GSM module (...

    bravo Today, 12:05 Go to last post
    towlerg-21522

    Problem with 3.7.2.8 and 18F25K50

    Thread Starter: towlerg

    I have not raised an anomaly report because it seems very unfair to expect someone (Les) to hunt down bugs for free. If I compile code,...

    towlerg Yesterday, 14:46 Go to last post
    towlerg-21522

    Time to wake up! (SLEEP issue)

    Thread Starter: davroski

    Hi, I'm using a 16F18344 PIC with comparator C1 in use. I want to put the PIC to sleep and be woken up by activity from C1. I don't need an ISR...

    towlerg Yesterday, 15:28 Go to last post
    John Drew-26

    Playing with Procedures

    Thread Starter: AlbertoFS

    I am trying to modify all my libraries made with preprocessor and assembler. And it doesn't seem so obvious. The macros in assembler have a lot of...

    John Drew Today, 11:36 Go to last post