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  1. Re: Help With OLED Display / 128X64 SSD1306

    Good work Simon/Basparky. I'll look forward to an I2C version.

    Charlie
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    Re: Serial Out Corrupter Chars

    It's just an idea but try outputting a couple of NULL characters when the link is first established.

    Charlie
  3. Re: AlbertoFS has just uploaded Universal PIC18 Bootloader for PDS!

    Good work Alberto, thanks.
    Charlie
  4. Re: Thanks for the Holiday Theme, Lester!

    How do I turn on the fabulous sound of the fairy-lights smashing? I get sound for other sites.

    Charlie
  5. Re: Thanks for the Holiday Theme, Lester!

    Thanks Lester, Happy Christmas to all.

    Charlie
  6. Re: What a great compiler Proton is.

    George

    I'm sure we all share your view that this is indeed an excellent compiler. Hats off to Les.

    Charlie
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    Re: Help Wanted !

    I'm in.....
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    Re: 18(L)F25/26K83 support

    And what's wrong with valves?!!!
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    Re: Ram Variable Bytes 18F86J55

    I remember some time ago that FTDI clobbered knock-off copies of their chip and caused a lot of trouble. Is this still a possibility?
    I would be nervous of using a USB-to-RS232 chip if this could...
  10. Re: A stereo peak-hold/decay VU meter (2x10 or 2x16 LEDs)

    Nice work IstanK!

    Charlie
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    Re: Trouble with arrays, lookup

    That was the idea John. The board will be part of a little scale model of the 803 machine, sitting on top of the actual 803, to emphasize the huge difference in scale.
    The emulator will be...
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    Re: registration device

    Hi Porches

    I'm not sure what you mean. Do you want to write code and program a PIC18F14K22 device?

    Charlie
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    Re: Trouble with arrays, lookup

    Cheers Les. This is my emulator:

    Spot the mistake....

    3371
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    Re: Trouble with arrays, lookup

    A slight case of red-face here. If I define an array, an fill it with data as part of the Dim structure, then issue a Clear instruction, I image that it will clear the array?

    Doh! Perhaps i...
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    Re: Trouble with arrays, lookup

    Well that's mighty odd! I just tried it again and it works. I'll investigate further, somehow?

    Charlie

    Thanks for looking at this Les, sorry if it's a red herring.
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    Re: Trouble with arrays, lookup

    Les

    I downloaded the "latest" version: 3.6.0.2 but once installed, if I click on "About" it says 3.6.0. 2 1.0.2.1
    Yet the file in Downloads is called: Proton Compiler Setup 3.6.0.2_1.0.4.4

    It...
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    Re: Trouble with arrays, lookup

    G'day John

    Good idea, I'll try it. Thanks.

    Charlie
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    Trouble with arrays, lookup

    I'm going nuts. Will somebody please tell me what I'm doing wrong here:

    Dim ASCII[32] As Byte = "0", "1", "2", "3", "4", "5"
    Dim Telec[32] As Byte = 16, 1, 2, 19, 4, 21
    Dim indx As...
  19. Re: About Bluetooth, Windows and "buffered serial in" of Les.

    Hi Leo

    I found that Microsoft do a Windows terminal emulator that runs with Bluetooth, and it works and it's free!

    https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/store/p/bluetooth-serial-terminal/9wzdncrdfst8...
  20. Re: About Bluetooth, Windows and "buffered serial in" of Les.

    Leo

    What software are you running on your Win10 machine, that can talk to your HC-05?

    Charlie
  21. Re: About Bluetooth, Windows and "buffered serial in" of Les.

    Hi Leo

    I think that Les's Buffered Serial In is the best way to go. My routine contains rather more than serial input,
    it is here:...
  22. Re: Grafic-SSD1306 OLED a new version

    That's good work Dompie. I'd love to see an article about it.

    Charlie
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    PCB Manufacture

    I've just had some boards made by a company called Elecrow. Very good quality, very good price.
    Will use again.

    https://www.elecrow.com/services.html

    Charlie
  24. Re: About Bluetooth, Windows and "buffered serial in" of Les.

    That sounds pretty good so far Leo.

    No, I haven't tried the button, I am happy to use the HC-05 as a slave at the moment.
    No, I haven't got any schematics for the assembled PCB, are you planning...
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    Re: Dog finder

    My dog also used to chase people on bikes. But we solved that by locking his bike in the shed.

    Charlie
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    Re: EEPROM write failure

    Ah, sorry, I hadn't read your post properly, I assumed internal EEPROM.
    No, wouldn't have thought it would matter with an external chip, in fact it could only add delays which wouldn't hurt....
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    Re: Dog finder

    My dog used to do that. I consulted a dog psychiatrist and she said that it would cure him if I let him sleep in my bed, under the covers, with me for a few weeks.
    Worked a treat.

    Charlie
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    Re: EEPROM write failure

    This is just a thought, and I'm pretty sure that Les made this bullet-proof, but are you using interrupts?
    I remember a problem where this mucked up the EEPROM write if an int happened during the...
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    Re: A Universal PIC18 Bootloader for PDS

    Alberto

    May I say a big Thank You for all the fine work you do for this forum. It really is appreciated.
    Your English is better than many people born in England!

    Best regards
    Charlie
  30. Re: About Bluetooth, Windows and "buffered serial in" of Les.

    That looks pretty much the same as mine. Like I said, I am happy to help you get it working.

    Charlie
  31. [SOLVED !] Re: Problems on new PC (new version) with HPWM

    I'm not sure if this is the problem but, don't put End If, put Endif

    Charlie
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    Re: 40 bit binary addition

    Thanks Norm, looks interesting.
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    40 bit binary addition

    I'm struggling with a problem: I have two 40 bit integers, stored as byte, dword and I need to add them together.

    ByteA, DwordA
    ByteB, DwordB +

    In fact I need to add Byteb, DwordB into...
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    Re: Shout rate

    Fanie

    With a 24HJ128GP502 running at 79.23Megs, I measure a complete Shout clock cycle at 1.5uS which is about 666kHz
  35. Re: New P-RTOS24 multitasking real time OS for Proton24

    I'll second that John, they are damned fast.
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