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    Re: MID$ Problem with a PIC18F25K22

    By "not running" do you meant not at all, it does nothing, or that it does something but not do what you want it to do.

    I assume you want to multiple numligneajust by 23, then add 4 to it and to...
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    Re: PIC18F1330 PLL problem

    All looks OK to me, however I noticed some of your settings mix upper and lower case i.e. High & On instead of the all uppercase HIGH & ON that are normally used. I wonder if that is upsetting the...
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    Re: Watchdog timer

    A watchdog timer is just like any other timer, it has a size (Byte or Word) and prescallers so that you can set the Watchdog timer to overflow at a time period of your choice, 10uS, 100mS, 1S and so...
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    Re: Mysterious PORTB problem

    A few comments...
    1) It is helpful if you include your entire code so that people can check everything including you fuse configuration, for example you are setting GIE but we cannot see if you have...
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    Re: Delphi or Visual Studio etc. ?

    I have never tried Delphi, but have used Visual Basic/Studio for many years.
    If you are used to Basic then it should be quite easy to pick things up the basics (no pun intended), but considering...
  6. Re: Compiler give error if more than 50 times is used directive "Include"

    What on earth are you doing with all those include files?

    Big programs are a pain to navigate (although you can jump to a label by clicking it in the code explorer) and include files are a good...
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    Re: PORT INDEX help-me

    I thought that as well when I first noticed its implementation, sitting there trying to work out the number over using the High & Low commands initially seemed more trouble than it was worth, but it...
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    Re: PORT INDEX help-me

    I am sure I have seen this explained in a post somewhere although I cannot remember where. The manual says...


    Therefore I believe values...
    0 - 7 = PortA (0-7 respectively)
    8 - 15 = PortB (0-7...
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    Re: Downloadsite not entirely clear

    Yes, that is the Latest install verison.
    Having asked in another thread you do not need to install all the update/patches produced since then in order you can just jump straight to the latest...
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    Re: Logic Analyser

    Not sure how good PulseView is, it says it is compatible with my USBee SX bit did not recognise it.
  11. Re: 24EP256GP204 external interrupt problem

    Not really, I was perhaps half way, the problem with wanting to use it as a host is it is damn complicated, consequently there is no help on the internet (unlike for slaves) as people give up either...
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    Re: Malware on this website?

    I may be wrong as I know little about running forums and PHP (if that is what they still use) but...
    a) I would think that item 1 would also require item 2 as without knowing precisely what link is...
  13. Re: 24EP256GP204 external interrupt problem

    I have not played with 24 series devices much and not for over a year but I noticed you start you ISR with..

    Isr- INT1interruptwhere the syntax in the manual is...

    Isr INT1Interruptnotice the...
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    Re: Pulse counter using COUNTER command

    I am a little confused here as from the DG values in the FDN section I would have thought that 0 = on and 1 = off (Common Anode display), but here you appear to be stating the opposite as with only...
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    Re: Pulse counter using COUNTER command

    There are several different types of 7 segment display, those with just the seven number segments (a-g) and those with an additional DP or Colon (":" for clocks). If your displays are the type with...
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    Re: Pulse counter using COUNTER command

    Just a few suggestions..

    1) Have you tried just setting your all DG values to %1111111 and commenting out all you main code except for Gosub DISPLAY just to check that you are actually displaying...
  17. Re: johngb has just uploaded Proton Studio Ver 1.0.1.6!

    I just downloaded (09:10 GMT 22 Aug.) both the IDE and help file without any problem.
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    Re: Anybody speak Microchip?

    I assume you are referring to Register 5-3 and its MCRL bit.

    If you look at Register 5-8 where the LVP bit is, it indicates the when...
    LVP = 1 (on) MCRL is used as MCLR and the setting in...
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    Re: link to Fuse software

    There is no need to cross post the same question to three different areas, many people find it annoying particularly when a simple search should have reviled the answer. If you were not sure where to...
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    Re: Malware on this website?

    I am not sure how accurate an indication this is but having performed a search for posts made in the last month or newer, I then cut and pasted all external links from within the entire thread not...
  21. Re: Not supported commands for 12-bit core devices

    I would assume that if it says it cannot be used then that is the case even if the device has an ADC as there may be issues other then the absence of an ADC that would prevent it working, there is...
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    Re: Proton Studio

    Hi John,
    looks like a lot of work has gone into writing the new IDE and I am sure it is not easy trying to make improvements to something while retaining a lot of the functionality and layout people...
  23. Re: Resistor measure with pwm and adc?

    Are you certain that is what they are doing?

    I would think that a capacitor has to be involved somewhere to crate an average voltage for the ADC to read, I assume you could not see a capacitor...
  24. [SOLVED !] Re: Latest compiler updates (2018) - will upgrade any version?

    @Les, thanks for that.
    It's good to know I can skip straight to the latest version when I eventually update - I just wanted to be certain that the latest update did not require having certain files...
  25. [SOLVED !] Latest compiler updates (2018) - will upgrade any version?

    I was not sure where the correct place for this would be without cross posting to both the Proton & P24 forums so apologies if it is in the wrong forum.

    There have been quite a few compiler...
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    Re: Is SPI SHout interruptible

    I looked at trying to write my own I2C slave routine but being a non urgent project I did not get to far with it, however I believe that separating the address from the data is handled at the...
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    Re: Timer1 overflows

    I think it is not working is because you have not set up the interrupts, I have only had a quick glance at the datasheet so I suggest you read section 10 (Interrupts) thoroughly incase I missed...
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    Re: Pic24 and LCD display question

    I have use an LDC with the same spec on a PIC24 device, this set up worked for me on a different device to yours so hopefully it will for you without to much modification in regard to the...
  29. Re: Question for C/C++ and VB programmers

    Sorry, I was having a senior moment, been stuck getting my head around VB multithreading and forgot DLL's were essentially separate executables and some kind of importing would probably be necessary....
  30. Re: Question for C/C++ and VB programmers

    Hi Harm,
    I presume you have a reason from not making the variables global and thereby avoiding the hole parameter passing thing. I know more about VB than C but just had a quick scan through my C...
  31. Thread: 16f720

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    Re: 16f720

    Strange problem, it is almost as if the MCRL is stuck in the clear and not allowing the code to run, although that would seem unlikely.
    One thing I do know that will stop perfectly good code...
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    Re: Easier way to initialize EEPROM

    I assume the EEPROM data contains an initial default value, if so and it is not a value that you would expect to occur within your application then you could read the first address (or first & last)...
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    Re: HPWM low frquency limitation

    Have you considered putting the PWM output through a divider IC? Depending on the division ratios and the set frequency from the PIC you should be able to get close to 20Hz.
    You say "starting from...
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Fuse Configurator doesn't open

    Which version of Proton and the Fuse Configurator are you using as you may be using versions that are incompatible with each other.
    Also try this
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    Re: Same code different pic

    The 16F628A has one fixed internal oscillator frequency of 4MHz. It looks like you have made the dangerous assumption that the 16F723a is the same, when in fact it has eight possible frequencies...
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