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    Re: P24 (using Procedures) for 18F Pics??

    Agreed. I get huge fun from PDS.
    John
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    Re: Advertisement on the forum

    It's better if the forum can pay its way Lester. No issue with ads if it helps.
    John
  3. Re: using a gps to claculate distance and direction over small distances

    Hi George,
    I can't find if I created a BAS file but I did experiment in Delphi during 2012. I have attached all the files for the project although you probably only need the pas file.
    I can't vouch...
  4. Re: using a gps to claculate distance and direction over small distances

    Sorry George, I completely forgot to look up my short distance version. It just used simple triangulation and is better for close in. Will look this morning.
    John
    (On my phone)
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    Re: Why a delay in TX power up?

    That's true Alan but opening the mute should have prevented seeking or power down otherwise there'd be holes in the reception of genuine signals although with those cheap Chinese radios anything is...
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    Re: Why a delay in TX power up?

    Seems to point to the TX being slow to fire up.
    Do you have a completely different receiver to check. I know some RX partly go to sleep and take a while to put audio out but in view of the mute...
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Mysterious PORTB problem

    Have you tried increasing the LCD delays?
    John
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    Re: Delphi or Visual Studio etc. ?

    While acknowledging George's recommendation for "C" and the power of the language for professionals who devote their life to its use, for the occasional amateur user programming in it is somewhat...
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    Re: Delphi or Visual Studio etc. ?

    Like Stephen I had a look at LabView following Shantanu recommendation. I can see that would be very useful for interfacing to hardware.
    I guess Craig it depends on what you want to do.
    Delphi...
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    Re: Delphi or Visual Studio etc. ?

    I agree with Ricardo.
    The advantage of Delphi is that a Starter Edition is available for free and it does everything I need. It also will produce Aps for Android and iOS.
    There are lots of...
  11. Re: Unable to find Library manger and SD card .inc

    A guess only but I suspect they were removed to fix the Google 'unsafe site' problem.
    The site is now so complex that to find specific issues became a too time consuming task, especially as Google...
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    Re: Convert Integers to Float

    Hi Alberto,
    If I just play around with numbers. For example
    -5 +2 = -2 remainder must be -1 because if you reverse the operation -2 +2 = -4 -1 =-5 so remainder must be negative.
    Keeping in...
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    Re: Convert Integers to Float

    Hi Alberto,
    My maths is less reliable now.
    I'll do some research to get a better answer for you. I'll then do some tests with Proton and Delphi to see if there is agreement between the two...
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    Re: Compiler Error

    It's years since I've had a problem like that. Vague memory it turned out be a permissions issue.

    John
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    Re: Convert Integers to Float

    Alberto,
    When finding the remainder of a division the sign of the remainder is the same as that of the dividend. However when finding a modulus the sign is that of the divisor.
    So -9 mod 2 gives a...
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    Re: 1602 LCD problem

    Problem solved. It turns out the LCDs I have are 3.3V versions. I turned the volts down on my lab supply and lo and behold the display showed what it should. It's a wonder I hadn't damaged it. The...
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    Re: 1602 LCD problem

    Thanks for the replies. Yes George, they are the same kind.
    I have two of these displays and supposedly new. That's why I'm puzzled as both perform in the same way. As well as labels on the...
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    1602 LCD problem

    I have a working project using a LCD. However it is in draft form and now I want to put it in a box. I have smaller 1602 Lcd that would be ideal. But they don't work. They are supposedly HD44780 ...
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    Re: Convert Integers to Float

    I just use
    fVar=iVar
    It all happens automatically. It may not be in the manual but I use it all the time.
    Maybe I didn't understand your question Alberto?
    Best wishes
    John
  20. Thread: Symbol

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    Re: Symbol

    You're defining a symbol but treating it as a variable
    John
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    Re: HBUSIN stops program?

    I find the buffer in hbusin to be a significant advantage and its interrupt facility is also valuable.
    John
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    Re: Password website

    It's always consistent here Frizie
    John
  23. Re: using a gps to claculate distance and direction over small distances

    G'day George
    I think I also wrote a short distance version.
    I'll see what I can find tomorrow.
    John
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    Re: New PICkit 4 available

    Frizie
    Would you please make a WIKI article, perhaps in the hints section? Your description is too useful to have disappear into the depths of the forum.
    Cheers
    John
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    Re: Electromagnetic display

    We had one of those clocks until a few years ago. I was amazed how long the "C" cell used to last. And I could always tell when the hour ticked over and most/ all the leaves fell..
  26. Re: You HAVE to fix the downloads for this product !!!

    Go to files download 3.6.0.2, install it, then download the latest update which is a compiler file and install it over the last one. You're finished.
    John
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    Re: Frequency counter

    Hello Teo,
    Here is the complete program. It was used to read an encoder that provided a PWM output. I needed to convert the PWM to a period and then to a value in degrees which is sent out via...
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    Re: Malware on this website?

    I would if I could Lester, but frankly the brain isn't what it used to be so it's too steep a learning curve to design and run a forum. I'm only 2 years off 80.
    I will however do what I can for the...
  29. Re: johngb has just uploaded Proton Studio Ver 1.0.1.6!

    John,
    So far so good but I haven't used it for direct programming. I always run MPLAB and do things from there.
    Order of files is fine, PDFs going really well. Will play with colour next.
    Trying...
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    Re: Malware on this website?

    There are a couple of other areas I'll work on as time permits.
    Thanks for the deletion of the PCB fabrication and your work in general on the site.
    I'm no whizz at this stuff but perseverance...
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    Re: Got a stopbadware.org warning this morning.

    I've been deleting all the RSS feed posts that I can find. Think I've got them all.
    I've been trying to delete PCB Fabrication Service in the WIKI. electronic supplies/USA/PCB Fabrication Services...
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    Re: Assembler to Proton

    Hi Teo,
    You're re-inventing the wheel. My post in this thread does all that.
    http://www.protonbasic.co.uk/showthread.php/78079-Frequency-counter?p=513679#post513679
    Post 7 has the program. It is...
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    Re: Malware on this website?

    Users: If you spot something as per Lester's message send me a PM and I'll clean it up. Lester has a business to run and I'm retired (although not in my wife's opinion).
    John
  34. Re: johngb has just uploaded Proton Studio Ver 1.0.1.6!

    Correction, I was in the wrong section. I have accessed permissions and nothing has changed. All looks fine.
    John
  35. Re: johngb has just uploaded Proton Studio Ver 1.0.1.6!

    That's interesting. I can't access User Permissions. I used to be able to do that.
    I can see where Forum Permissions can be actioned and these are currently all unticked. However some of the...
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