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    Re: Array in interrupt on16F88 problem

    Sorry to beat this dead horse again but I have a project coming up where I am required to use a 16F part and will be needing to use my interrupt ring buffer in it. I thought this could come in handy...
  2. Thread: Colour LCD

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    Re: Colour LCD

    Maverick,

    You are absolutely correct about cost of the touch screen assembly versus an LCD monitor. Problem is the LCD monitor won't do what is needed for the project. You would have to have full...
  3. Thread: Amazing !

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    Re: Amazing !

    The issue of the scientist sort of thinking they have a pretty good handle on how things work (like quantum physics) brings up something that I have been pondering for some time now. I think they...
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    Re: Colour LCD

    Oops,

    Guess I should have put in a link. Mouser electronics and Digi-key carry the amulet stuff as well.

    Amulet Technologies - GUI Solutions for Embedded Systems, Chips, Firmware
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    Re: Colour LCD

    I am currently working with a color touch screen LCD. Its an Amulet unit and is designed for use with micro controllers and such. Your controller doesn't have to handle any of the graphics and such...
  6. Thread: Stealing Proton

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    Re: Stealing Proton

    Wow, this thread has really grown.

    I'd like to make a comment that is really directed at the moderators of the forum. Its more of a suggestion really and one I meant to make some time ago but got...
  7. Thread: Stealing Proton

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    Re: Stealing Proton

    Ok, Iíll throw in my final $1.00 worth (gotta account for inflation). I need to learn how to be more terse and less verbose (perhaps later).

    I totally agree with jamachine on the free upgrades for...
  8. Thread: Stealing Proton

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    Re: Stealing Proton

    I’m starting to think along the lines of Peter (stashing a spare key on my car) when my finances allow. Not too expensive and far better than a cracked old, outdated, and potentially having problems...
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    Re: Stealing Proton

    I have to agree with much said here and I understand both sides of the issue. Piracy of proton is a huge problem. Its not like Microsoft Word where pretty much everybody has to have it and the few...
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    Re: Microsoft security essentials blues

    I had a similar problem with Avast after it did an update a month or so ago. At least it wasn't deleting files on me. It kept trying to open proton in its "sand box", an isolated environment. Of...
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    Re: Array in interrupt on16F88 problem

    Hi John,

    Thanks for the reply. Any information you come up with is appreciated.

    Please forgive me. I wasn't saying that proton doesn't support 16F parts but it was my understanding that there...
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    Array in interrupt on16F88 problem

    Well, looks like I could use some help here. I ran into a little problem with using my interrupt serial ring buffer with the 16F88. This exact routine (a Protonized version of how I have done it for...
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    Re: really big metal detector

    I figured that I would reply to this as my brother is a meteorite dealer (has been for over 20 years) and the Meteorite Men are our friends. Actually it was my brother who got Steve into the business...
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    Re: 18F2620 Loadbit failure

    Finally got the chance to get back to my program. I can say without a doubt that this problem will never turn up again. I'm not exactly sure how the C@BT code is working now but I intend to figure it...
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    Re: 18F2620 Loadbit failure

    Hi John,

    I hadn't noticed so I'm glad you pointed that out. I've had to hang up my programming hat and put on the circuit assembler one for the next few days. Have a bunch of stuff to get out...
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    Re: 18F2620 Loadbit failure

    Thank you Les,

    Praises of your work is certainly well deserved. Proton is great and I'm looking forward to doing a whole lot more than I used to while using assembler. Hey, I can do simple...
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    Re: 18F2620 Loadbit failure

    Hmmm,

    That is going to be rather difficult. I kind of thought I was pretty thorough on my analysis and listings of .lst outputs with addresses. The problem comes in when the proton functions build...
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    Re: 18F2620 Loadbit failure

    Yeah, that is what I'm thinking too. I actually came up with an idea this morning that may have fixed it. Putting in another proton command- actually I was going to put in a ewrite float since I know...
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    Re: 18F2620 Loadbit failure

    Yup that fixed it (I've been under the weather so it took me some time to run the test- my luck was with me and I drew the bad burrito at the dinner party:). Looking at the Proton coding the...
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    Re: 18F2620 Loadbit failure

    John, Thanks for reminding me about that. I bought Proton back in December and spent a bunch of time going through info on the forum. I didn't go through the process of getting registered as a...
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    18F2620 Loadbit failure

    I've run into a rather interesting problem that has been kind of driving me nuts for the last couple days. I think I have finally identified the problem.
    First a little info- I am running 3.5.0.6...
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    Re: Interrupts in Proton and PIC issues

    John,

    You have my full permission to post my code and thoughts on wiki. Since I'm very new to this I don't really know how to do it so I'd greatly appreciate it if you did. I'm very happy that my...
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    Re: Interrupts in Proton and PIC issues

    Thank you all for your input on my post. As was said by fanie- you have to think like the pic when working with interrupts, which is what I have always done with my assembler but now its more...
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    Interrupts in Proton and PIC issues

    This issue keeps coming up on the forum and for good reason. Interrupts are very complicated and little things can cause very bad things to happen. Many of which are very difficult if not almost...
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