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  1. Re: PIN used for SPI: how to define them for pic18f25k20?

    With that type of device, the dedicated pins are attached to the MSSP peripheral, once the peripheral is enabled. So if the MSSP peripheral is set for SPI, it will dedicate PORTC.3 to PORTC.5 as the...
  2. Re: Latest Proton and Proton Compiler Update for Versions 3.7.3.8 and 1.0.7.1

    In the start menu, it should be in the PDS items.

    Windows 10 has changed something that is affecting the uninstall from Control Panel, but I haven't worked out what yet and I am using a newer...
  3. Re: Latest Proton and Proton Compiler Update for Versions 3.7.3.8 and 1.0.7.1

    The new compiler update on the forum corrects this anomaly.

    The update can be found here:
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  4. Re: No Bookmarks when opening the Proton Manual

    When the compiler PDF manual files are created from the word document manuals, the bookmarks are always set to enabled.

    I've just tried the PDF manuals from the latest compiler update in the free...
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    Re: Trouble getting 24F16KA301 running

    There is a config fuse to enable/disable clock switching.

    To use only the external oscillator this can be done with changing the config fuses.
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    Proton24. Set device PIC24F16KA301 running at 32MHz with its Internal Oscillator

    I don't have one of those devices, so it is an educated guess based upon the datasheet, but try:



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  7. Latest Proton and Proton Compiler Update for Versions 3.7.3.9 and 1.0.7.2

    The updates to the Proton and Proton24 compilers can be found here:

    Proton Compiler Setup 3.7.3.9-1.0.7.2

    Corrections and Additions made in version 3.7.3.9 of Proton and version 1.0.7.2 of...
  8. Re: Proton and MplabX Ide 5.1 and debug Pickit 3

    I couldn't agree more George.

    It is an absolutely awful IDE, written in dreadfully slow Java and it actually gets things wrong when setting up a device with the "so called" Code Configurator. I...
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    Re: HrsoutLn problem

    The termination values can be changed for HRSOutxLn and HSeroutxLn commands with a declare. See pages 207 and 219 of the compiler's PDF manual:

    Declare HSerial1_Terminator = CRLF or LFCR or CR...
  10. Re: Proton and MplabX Ide 5.1 and debug Pickit 3

    As far as I can tell, with the dreadful MPLABX IDE, a COF file can be imported into it. However, you will need to update MPLABX to version 5.35 because they keep changing it every few weeks and...
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    Compiler update coming soon

    A new update to the Proton and Proton24 compilers will soon be uploaded.

    It corrects the Dig as a Fuse name in the Proton compiler.

    It also adds the Long directive to flash memory tables in...
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    Re: Code Defect AI bug finder

    Personally I think that is just another "flight of fancy" to get money for promotion and R&D

    The amount of programming languages, and the amount of platforms, and the sheer compexity of programs...
  13. Re: How to replace another value without flicker

    The advice given is correct.

    On Hitachi LCD chipsets, the Cls command sent to the LCD must have a delay after it to give time for the LCD's chipset to reset things. So the compiler's Cls command...
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    Re: What does this AS ERROR tells me?

    That's en excellent video.

    What are the very large values held in the data tables used for? If they are timings, smaller values can be used then multiplied by 1000 if too large for 16-bit storage....
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    Re: Compiling error on Weather station code

    I used something similar many years ago to control a Galvanometer's position. I've looked and looked for the code I did but, unfortunately, can't find it.

    It was very easy to use and all it...
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    Re: USB Help please from the boffins

    Glad you got it working Tim.

    When Surface Mount components came in as the standard, I was working for Sky and repairing the Satellite receivers. They were scary at first, but once you've worked...
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    Re: What does this AS ERROR tells me?

    The 24-bit Long variables are only available with 8-bit devices.

    With the architecture of the 16-bit devices, 24-bit variable access will actually be less efficient than 32-bit variables, because...
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    Re: What does this AS ERROR tells me?

    The linker error is happeneing because the code is too large for the device.

    The program has a vast amount of flash memory tables and each one is set to Dword, so each constant value in each table...
  19. Thread: CWrite and ISR

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    Re: CWrite and ISR

    On 14-bit core devices, constant values larger that 8-bits are stored in 2 flash word memory cells, because the limtations of the 14-bit core are dreadful

    On an 18F device it is stored in an...
  20. Thread: CWrite and ISR

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    Re: CWrite and ISR

    The Cread8, Cread16, Cread24 and Cread32 commands are better for reading flash memory tables.

    I added them so that they resemble arrays more and each type of command will read a specific size of...
  21. Re: Is there a compatible bootloader for the Pic18F25k22?

    Sorry Tim... I have only just noticed your post.

    I was going to write that some user kindly re-wrote the Amicus18 bootloader for the 18F25K22 device quite a few years ago on the Amicus18 forum,...
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    Happy Birthday Joseph (Joesaliba)

    I hope you have a lovely day Joseph and a very happy birthday my friend. :-)
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    Re: Clock frequency in SPI communication

    In the compiler's "Samples\Proteus" directory, there is a manchester Encoder/Decoder program that I wrote many, many years ago. "Manchester.bas"

    The Manchester code is a Bi-Phase type and the...
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    Re: Clock frequency in SPI communication

    With SPI, you will need to know what mode it is using.

    The mode indicates where the data is transferred on the clock cycle and what the resting clock should be. i.e. high or low. It also has to be...
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    Re: Speed difference between 8 & 16 bit PICS

    I'd love to John, but I simply do not have the resources or the time. :-(

    If I had a means of making some money and creating new ideas and projects, it would be a different story. But sadly, that...
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    Re: Speed difference between 8 & 16 bit PICS

    The PIC24F types are quite old now and are the least efficient types because they have a maximum of 32MHz operation.

    The PIC24E types are the fastest of the PIC24 series, but the dsPIC33 CK types...
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    Re: Speed difference between 8 & 16 bit PICS

    I've tried to emphasise the fact that PIC24 and dsPIC33 devices are a whole lot faster and easier to use than 8-bit types for quite a few years now.

    1. The 8-bit mechanism that Microchip bought...
  28. Latest Proton and Proton Compiler Update for Versions 3.7.3.8 and 1.0.7.1

    The update to the Proton compilers can be found here:

    Proton Compiler Setup 3.7.3.8-1.0.7.1

    Corrections and Additions made in version 3.7.3.8 of Proton and version 1.0.7.1 of Proton24

    Proton...
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    Chinese PIC devices

    Here's an unusual company that seems to be producing copies of PIC microcontrollers, but they are no different to standard, outdated, PIC microcontrollers.

    http://www.origin-gd.com/

    The site...
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    Re: What does this AS ERROR tells me?

    Here's the program I wrote to test the CWrite and CErase commands on the PIC12F1572 device when an interrupt is operating in the background:


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    Re: What does this AS ERROR tells me?

    I'd forgotten I had corrected that Joseph. Thanks for reminding me. :-)

    It is corrected, and after tests with an actual 12F1572 device it is working as expected. If the interrupt handler has many...
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    Re: Positron and Positron16 dev boards

    The FTDI devices are far too expensive for what they are, and they are no different to the vast amount of other USB to Serial converter chips out there now. At one time, USB to serial conversion was...
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    Re: What does this AS ERROR tells me?

    Good news....

    The latest compiler version compiled the code without any errors. The update does use a later version of Asm30 and its linker, so there must have been an anomaly in the linker script...
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    Re: Positron and Positron16 dev boards

    I'm using the CH340G for the USB to serial.

    It works extremely well and signed drivers for Windows 10, 32-bit and 64-bit are also available for it.
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    Re: Positron and Positron16 dev boards

    I was just going to use the bootloader PC applications that I created for Amicus18 and Amicus24, but Windows 10 has totally screwed up the way it organises the registry so the method I used to get...
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    Re: What does this AS ERROR tells me?

    That's one of the very strange, and very little meaning, Asm Linker error messages.

    I will need to see the code and compile it myself to track down the issue because the Asm30 linker is dreadful...
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    Re: Positron and Positron16 dev boards

    The device used on the Positron16 board is the dsPIC33CK128MP202. It can run at very high speeds and has a whole host of internal peripherals and mathematic capabilities. It is also less expensive...
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    Re: Add Crystal Doesn't Work

    When using the internal oscillator on the PIC device, you must still inform the compiler what speed it is running at with the Declare Xtal directive.

    Isis is not 100% guaranteed to work so when...
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    Re: Positron and Positron16 dev boards

    The boards will be sold fully populated and tested, and with the bootlaoder programmed into the microcontroller. The only things that aren't soldered to them are the 2.54mm SIL headers, so that the...
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    Re: Compiling error on Weather station code

    That code was originally written many years ago for the compiler that came with the Amicus18 board and its version of the Proton compiler so it included files that were for the Amicus18 board. The...
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    Re: Positron and Positron16 dev boards

    Many thanks

    I'm busy working out how much the units will cost to make and promote etc, then I'll add a small amount of money for the compiler development to continue.

    The bare PCBs are not as...
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    Positron and Positron16 dev boards

    I just got my 10 prototype Positron and Positron16 dev boards through the door and I've built the Positron board and am busy building the Positron16 board. Those SSOP devices are a bugger to solder...
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    Re: Proton Basic and ARM?

    They are both very much out of date. i.e. 7 years and 8 years ago was the last updates.

    That is the big, big problem with all of these amateurs who create a language then get sick of it and dump...
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    Re: Creating hybrid hex for PIC microcontroller

    That's a clever idea and I'll have to study the code for it.

    When the compiler's start address is changed, it also changes the jump to the main start and creates new interrupt vector addresses. So...
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    Re: Proton Basic and ARM?

    Many thanks people, but what I really need is a developer company to help me advance the Proton compilers, and promote them. I would then have the confidence to spend all my time creating a code...
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    Re: Pulse width detection circuit

    The RC mechanism would be a simple solution, because the shorter the pulse the less voltage, so an ADC could be used.

    Have you tried measurement with a volt meter when the pulses change with a...
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    Re: How many colums you like your source?

    The 80 colum format is now very much outdated, and it goes back to the later 8-bit machines that had a limited resolution on their 12" monitors.

    Most monitors now have a very good resolution and...
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    Re: Proton Basic and ARM?

    Unfortunately, I simply do not have the funding or the cost of resources to alter the compilers for the ARM processors. :-(

    With today's internet users, they would rather use free crap than buy a...
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    Re: Float to BCD conversion

    Floating point calculations are a whole lot larger and slower than any integer calculations.

    The compiler makes it look easy and simple and fast in the user's listing, but its underlying assembler...
  50. Re: File transfer between two WIN 10 PC using RS232

    There are commercial, and inexpensive, as long as not bought from rip-off Amazon, USB controller cables available that communicate from one PC to another, and when used, they look like a mapped...
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    Re: Pulse width detection circuit

    The CCP peripherals were designed for this type of measurement. They can measure the width of a single pulse, or of a whole waveform. When used on a microcontroller operating at higher speed, the...
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    Re: Float to BCD conversion

    Using floating point for displays is not really the way to do it. Floating point is not 100% accurate because of the way it is packed. Remember, floating point is just a package of bits to...
  53. Re: Store a 2 digit or 3 digit number from a keypad in a variable

    Unfortunately, there is an anomaly with the Val command on standard 14-bit core devices, and it seems to have been there for many years without being noticed.

    I have corrected it and I am in the...
  54. Re: Store a 2 digit or 3 digit number from a keypad in a variable

    Adding the procedures to the Proton compiler was a huge and complex task, but I think it was worth all the effort. :-) And adding them was my way of trying to come to terms with the brain hemorage I...
  55. Re: Store a 2 digit or 3 digit number from a keypad in a variable

    I couldn't resist, so I've just created this simple procedure to read a 4x4 keypad and convert the digits into an integer return:



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    Re: Hbusout and Busin

    The standard I2C interface is time dependent to a certain extent John, but because it has a clock line, it is not critical for timing, except too fast, then the I2C slave cannot react quick enough....
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    Re: Procedure arguments

    Not program memory. A PORT is one of the microcontroller's SFRs (Special Function Register), and these reside in RAM.
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    Re: Procedure arguments

    As correctly stated, a parameter must be a variable so it can be loaded with a value when the procedure is called. A Symbol directive creates a constant value at compile time and cannot be altered.
    ...
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    Re: TX/RX with CC1101 Texas

    The compiler uses SFRs FSR0L\H because they are all that are required in most cases, however, it does use SFRs FSR1L\H as well when required.

    With the 18F devices, the compiler tries "not" to use...
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    Re: Negetive Numbers with minus sign

    The enhanced 14-bit core devices are capable of using Dword arrays.

    Some of the newer types do have more RAM and teh compiler uses their linear mechanism when using indirect operations.

    The...
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    Re: TX/RX with CC1101 Texas

    The enhanced 14-bit core devices have an internal mechanism that makes the RAM linear when used indirectly, and the compiler uses this mechanism when using the Prtx commands or arrays etc...

    If I...
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    Re: Procedure where to place them?

    Johan is correct

    Procedures are placed at the end of the BASIC code.

    This is what happens:

    On pass 1 of the compiler, each procedure is scanned from Proc to EndProc, removed from the code...
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    Re: One button power ON/OFF question

    The 8-pin enhanced 14-bit core devices such as the 12LF1571 operate from 1.8 Volts up to 3.3 Volts, so they will operate fully from 3 Volts, or even 2 nicads that give 2.4 Volts. The enhanced 14-bit...
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    Re: One button power ON/OFF question

    It can be done with standard components, and I've done quite a few of them in teh past. However, you have to be careful that a single small push of the button does not power on or power off the unit,...
  65. Thread: Ili9325 pic24

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    Re: Ili9325 pic24

    The main difference between the ILI9320 and the ILI9325 is the start-up mechanism.

    The ILI9325 needs a slightly different starting set of commands. I did start writing firmware for the ILI9325 for...
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    Re: Sleep and how to use it

    If using an external peripheral that cannot be put to sleep, use a small MOSFET to disable its VDD before going to sleep and if using any internal peripherals, disable them before going to sleep and...
  67. Re: error: too many system variables: 80 available. 84 used.

    Thanks to the code I received, I have identified an anomaly when expressions are used in nested If-Then comparisons. The compiler has a memory leak with its system stack variables and does not Pop...
  68. Re: error: too many system variables: 80 available. 84 used.

    An 18F device only has a limited amount of Access (Bankless) RAM) so if the program has too many variables created with the System or Access directive after them, it will create too many Access RAM...
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    Re: Current transformer AC - DC

    The circuit's actions means the signal has a DC offset, so the middle of the signal is 2.5 Volts, the low is 0 Volts and the high is 5 Volts, so a standard ADC will work perfectly.

    I uses to use a...
  70. Re: 16F18855 - HPWM and some ports with troubles

    Open the device's PPI file in Notepad and change the line:

    HPWM=0xFF ; Amount of PWM channels, 0xFF = Unsuitable for the compiler

    to

    HPWM=5 ; Amount of PWM channels, 0xFF =...
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    Re: Current transformer AC - DC

    If the AC signal is going to an ADC, just take samples of the ADC and run them through peak detecting code. This will give the highest voltage available as its output, regardless of AC or DC input,...
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    Re: Can somebody help?

    Try resetting the Timer1 interrupt flag after the code has finished within the interrupt handler
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    Re: Preventing a byte rollover

    If using assembler in the BASIC listing be careful of RAM banks.

    If the variable being manipulated is different to the previous variable's RAM bank, the program will operate very differently...
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    Re: Compiler errors with 26Q10 device

    You are right.

    The PIC18FxxQ43 devices have broken all the rules on their RAM organisation and their flash memory access. They are so different, and the required changes to the compiler's source...
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    Re: Compiler errors with 26Q10 device

    Microchip have, yet again, changed the way things work on the 18FxxQxx devices for no real reason!!! :-(

    I've added the changes to the new compiler update, but for now add the following directives...
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    Re: pre-processor and strings

    There are many ways to read flash memory tables in the compiler, to make them similar to flash memory string arrays. Here's one method I've used in the past:



    Dim wFlashAddress As Word ...
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    Re: Very low illumination led strip

    Tim

    Maybe you would be better with an electroluminescent panel such as this, or another type;
    ...
  78. Thread: Versioning

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    Re: Versioning

    Keytapper is correct.

    The XC8 free compiler and the other free C compilers from microchip do actually produce really bulky code, and they do, sometimes add extra mnemonics that should not be...
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    Happy birthday basparky

    Many happy returns Basparky. I hope you have a lovely day.
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    Re: The compiler mistery

    The preprocessor changes all $defines into the equivalent texts long before the asm file is created by the compiler. Even the compiler does not see the actual names of the $defines, just what they...
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    Re: Why would anybody buy anything from Apple.

    I'm the same George

    Since Windows XP, I've always had the desktop the same as my Windows 98 machines. I detest all of these background images on the desktop and all the shadows and gimmicks and...
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    Re: Rsout stops working/hangs

    Remember.... The Rsout, Rsin, Serout and Serin commands are software based. i.e. Bit-Bashed, so they use software timing for their Baud generation. An interrupt will interfere with the timings of the...
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    Re: Why would anybody buy anything from Apple.

    Linux, IMO, suffers from the fact that it is built by committee and there are, literally, hundreds of different versions of it for the same machines and processors etc...

    If they had stabilised...
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    Re: The compiler mistery

    You cannot mix Symbol constants with $define constants in preprocessor conditions or expressions etc... But you "can" mix $define constants within Symbol expressions.

    Symbol constants happen...
  85. Thread: Versioning

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    Re: Versioning

    You can write to any flash memory area in a microcontroller, but not with the standard Proton commands because Microcohip keep changing how they do it and were the memory resides etc, and the...
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    Re: TX/RX with CC1101 Texas

    A bit-bashed (software) SPI procedure is quite easy to create and maintain, and it also eliminates any quirks and differences when using the MSSP peripheral.

    Below is an SPI full duplex procedure...
  87. Thread: Versioning

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    Re: Versioning

    Or, simply write in the source code's header text what date it was created and what compiler version.

    I have done this for many years and to me it is the normal thing to do and is something I have...
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    Re: odd behaviour - help please - sword

    The anomaly only seems to occur in certain elements of the compiler, so for now, use a temporary variable for Select-EndSelect and signed arrays, and test loops that use them etc, but for standard...
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    Re: Why would anybody buy anything from Apple.

    It's good to know that sensible people have the same opinion as me.

    Over and over again I was told that "Apple is great" because they don't have problems with virus' or trojans etc, but that was...
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    Re: PIC 18F47K40 ADC - HELP Please?

    The 18FxxK40 devices have a dreadufully over complex ADC that the compiler's ADin command cannot control fully or automatically because there are so many iterations of the ADC's operation. The ADin...
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    Re: Why would anybody buy anything from Apple.

    Unfortunately, the vast majority of humans are "Sheep Like" and they believe that Apple is actually better than the rest, when it is, essentially, a rip off company that knows how to advertise. Hence...
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    Re: PIC18FxxQ devices

    The 18FxxQ10 devices were added in version 3.7.3.5 of the compiler

    See:

    C:\Program Files (x86)\ProtonIDE\PDS\Docs/Whats New.htm

    Or click on the Help->Documents menu option in the IDE

    Send...
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    Re: PIC18FxxQ devices

    The 18FxxQ10 devices are already supported thanks to Jon for funding the upgrade, see the what's new html in the help menu. The 18FxxQ43 devices are quite new so it will take a while to add them to...
  94. Thread: TM1637 code

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    Re: TM1637 code

    Nice one Bob. :-)

    It's excellent to see procedures used in an 8-bit microcontroller program. They add a whole new methodology to the Proton language, making it even easier to use and a whole lot...
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    Re: odd behaviour - help please - sword

    There are some issues with Signed arrays at the moment in the Proton compiler, which I am working on when time permits. It looks like the Struct and TList that hold the array's identification is not...
  96. Re: SEROUT baudrate not correct in combination with 22.1184 MHz?

    Sorry Frizie. I didn't read the first post thoroughly enough. :-)

    Many thanks for your complement, it is very much appreciated.
  97. Re: SEROUT baudrate not correct in combination with 22.1184 MHz?

    Using an exact frequency that will divide for Baud rates with the software serial commands serves very little purpose. The software commands use integer calculations and variables for their timings,...
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    Re: Empty if..endif bug

    At compile time, the compiler has no idea whether a comparison is true or false if there is a variable, or variables, involded! That can only be acheived at run time. Think about it?

    For example:...
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    Proton 16x2 LCD with a PIC18F2550 and a PIC18F4550 device

    I've just ran some tests using the Isis simulator and both PIC18F2550 and PIC18F4550 devices, and the 16x2 LCD works on both, and without any warning messages given. I have tried the LCD on several...
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    Re: error in lcd 16x2

    Never trust simulation software 100%. It depends on which model they based their Hitachi chipset for the LCDs, and the timings used for it. An example of this type of issue is the Isis model of the...
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    Re: Empty if..endif bug

    Tests in the current version of the compiler, which is 3.7.3.6, shows it works as expected.

    Please.... If a user is going to report a "possible" anomaly, make sure it is the latest compiler...
  102. Proton Compiler 24-bit Long Integer Variables to be added soon!

    Just to let you know the addition of the 24-bit Integer Variables into the Proton compiler is going well.

    I have all the variable and array and expression routines written and I am now writing the...
  103. Re: Rsout does not work on Tx pin of the 18F25k22 but Hrsout does?

    It is only "some" of the recent devices that have allowed inverted or non-inverted output from a USART. I dare not add a directive for this because it will simply confuse users when the compiler...
  104. Re: New PIC18FxxQ43 Family Moves Software Tasks to Hardware

    Unfortunately, that is essentially what the PIC microcontrollers already have. They are now calling on-board peripherals something with more buzz. i.e. exaggerations of the truth.

    This is the...
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    Re: RF modules recomendations?

    You can try the nRF2401+ tranceivers. They operate at quite long ranges and are extremely inexpensive.

    I created a library for them a few years back for a project I was doing for someone, and I've...
  106. [SOLVED !] Re: How to read TTL input of a displacement transducer

    But the one good thing about that Joseph is that we have a lot of good friends on this forum, and for that I will always be glad.
  107. [SOLVED !] Re: How to read TTL input of a displacement transducer

    Thanks Joseph, but the UltraSonic Receiver code I wrote many years ago counts the time between the transmit and receive pulses. i.e TOF (Time Of Flight)

    I did a quick search and the thread with my...
  108. [SOLVED !] Re: How to read TTL input of a displacement transducer

    TTL is standard 5 Volts, with a threshold of approximately 2.5 Volts or over for a 1, and under approximately 2.5 Volts for a 0.

    Any standard 5 Volt operating microcontroller will read TTL on an...
  109. Thread: CWrite and ISR

    by top204
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    Re: CWrite and ISR

    The Cwrite and CErase library routines can automatically disable/re-enable the ISR when one is intiated with the On_Hardware_Interrupt directive. Just as I did with the Ewrite and ERead command...
  110. Re: (would this be great for Proton?) code editor

    I use the Visual Studio IDE with its plugin for the ESP modules. It is an excellent IDE, but unfortunately, I do not have the skills enough to create a plugin for Proton within it. :-(
  111. Thread: Dma pwm

    by top204
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    Re: Dma pwm

    DMA wasn't fully available with PIC24 devices when I first wrote Proton24, so I only added it to dsPIC33 devies, however, open the "P24HJ128GP502.ppi" file from: "C:\Program Files...
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    Re: Something screwy about 16F88 OSCCON register

    Here's a small program I've just tested and it worked fine. I always use serial data to test oscillator speeds because if the speed is incorrect, so will be Baud rate for the text that is...
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    Re: NEC Protocol IR remote control decoder

    That's what happens when friends start talking. :-) A lovely thought John, and it would be excellent to meet you and your wife, but I never did like Cricket. LOL
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    Re: Expand the Proton compiler

    It's not Arduino!!!

    All that is, is an IDE that interfaces with the open source GCC C++ compiler! It does nothing creative and never has.

    It is also a dreadful IDE!!!!!!

    The best IDE for the...
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    Re: Expand the Proton compiler

    Proton32 for the ARM core devices is something I am looking into, which include the ESP devices. However, Proton is not promoted or advertised in any way, so the year's continuous work to add them...
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    Re: NEC Protocol IR remote control decoder

    Many thanks for your lovely words Charlie.

    When we move back down to North Norfolk, hopefully within the year, it would be great to meet up with you and some of the other forum friends down in...
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    Re: PORTA.6 and PORTA.7 16F628A

    To see the fuses for a device, open its .ppi file found here: C:\Program Files (x86)\ProtonIDE\PDS\Includes\PPI

    The fuses available are at the bottom of the .ppi file, and the compiler's default...
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    Proton BASIC Compiler - PIC16F628A with pins PORTA.6 and PORTA.7 as I/O lines

    I've just ran some tests and the small demo program below flashes the LEDs connected to pins PORTA.6 and PORTA.7 using the internal 4MHz oscillator:



    '
    ' /\\\\\\\\\
    ' /\\\///////\\\
    ' ...
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    Re: New dual core dsPIC33CH PIC

    I'm busy adding support for the dsPIC33CK and dsPIC33CH devices, but it is a lengthy process. I'm using one of the 28-pin SSOP dsPIC33CK devices on my Positron16 platform board because they are so...
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    Re: NEC Protocol IR remote control decoder

    A beautiful piece of code AngryGorilla that makes me proud to have created the compilers. :-)
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    Re: Problem receiving string

    I've just checked the code on an 18F device and it is working as expected. However, the 1ms timeout in the Hserin command is a bit tight and will probaly miss characters and timeout far too early.
    ...
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    Re: Too much of a coincidence?

    An unlikely scenario, but I would put "nothing" past Micro$oft these days. If it doesn't make money for them, why do much testing on the last few updates?

    I stop updates on all operating systems I...
  123. Replies
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    Re: Problem receiving string

    What device are you using Bob?

    Each device family (18F, standard 14-bit, enhanced 14-bit, PIC24, dsPIC33) has different asm routines for array and string handling, and also diffferent compiler...
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    Re: Eink serial displays

    Those E-Ink displays look quite good but they are still quite expensive for what they are and how long they have been with us, which is actually from the late 1980s!
  125. Re: Bzigo tracks and highlights wily mosquitoes

    Yet another pointless gimmick that will not work in the "real" world. :-)

    If the walls are not plain, bright colours, then there is no way a small object can be tracked, or if it is a bright room...
  126. Thread: Ea dogm204w-a

    by top204
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    Proton PIC BASIC - Hitachi LCD Cursor procedure

    Here's a procedure that I have just knocked up to move the cursor on a standard Hitachi HD44780 alphanumeric LCD. It is the same mechanism that the compiler's library Cursor and Print At use:


    ...
  127. Thread: Ea dogm204w-a

    by top204
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    Re: Ea dogm204w-a

    The problem with some of the Hitachi clones is that they have not followed the internal RAM layout the same. A lot of them did this type of twist to get under the copyright rules, so it is "nearly"...
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    Re: Les's ILI9325 Wiki code

    That is because of some of the changes I've made to the compiler's low-level directives since that code was written Charlie.

    In the ILI9325.inc file, go to the end of it and replace the #ifmacro...
  129. Replies
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    Re: NEC Protocol IR remote control decoder

    Nice firmware keytapper.

    You are asking something quite time consuming AngryGorilla because of two things:

    1. The Arduino code is far too complex and simply does not need to be. IMO, that is...
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    Re: Les's ILI9325 Wiki code

    Charlie.... The 125KHz seems to be the internal ADC sampling rate. The SPI clock timings are in NanoSeconds. The rate at which the valid samples can be taken from the chip does need a delay between...
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    Proton BASIC Compiler - Software SPI interface to an ADS7846 touchscreen controller

    The addition of the procedures in Proton has made a world of difference to the compiler. It is now possible to make true libraries. It took quite a lot of work to add them to a flat compiler, but I...
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    Re: Les's ILI9325 Wiki code

    You're very welcome John

    Remember, it is just my opinion on the naming conventions. $define and Symbol both produce constant values, but $define creates text, while Symbol creates constant values...
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    Re: Les's ILI9325 Wiki code

    I mainly use the $define because the text gets highlighted in the code listing, so you can see more clearly that it is a constant. I also, generally, use the character lowercase c in front of a...
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    Re: Les's ILI9325 Wiki code

    You can use the compiler's Shin and Shout commands for the SPI interface because it is a standard mode 0:0 SPI interface to the chip. This will make the code transportable across devices. That has...
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    Proton PIC BASIC Compiler - ADS7846 TouchScreen Controller Library

    Each procedure sends the commands that are required for the type of operation that is needed.

    The only thing the user needs to do is measure the resistance of the four edges of the GLCD, then...
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    Proton PIC BASIC Compiler - ADS7846 TouchScreen Controller Library

    I've altered the ADS7846 touch screen controller firmware to act as an independent library using procedures, but I cannot test it because I no longer have the Amicus18 GLCD board.

    I've uploaded...
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    Re: Transistor curve tracer with a PIC

    Here's a simple program to create 2 sawtooth waveforms from the CCP peripherals operating as 10-bit PWMs.

    Because the PWM resolution is fixed at 10-bits, the value sent as the duty cycle is also...
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    Re: Can't get SR04 ultrasonic to work

    That's the main problem with all the Arduino boards and the PCBs that attach to it. They are running with technologies more than 10 years out of date, which were 5 Volts. i.e. TTL

    We now live in a...
  139. top204 has just uploaded Proton Compilers Full Installer - Proton 3.7.3.6 - Proton24

    top204 has just uploaded Proton Compilers Full Installer - Proton 3.7.3.6 - Proton24 1.0.6.7!

    Correction made in version 3.7.3.6 of Proton

    Proton Correction
    Corrected the LoadBit command for...
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    Re: Can't get SR04 ultrasonic to work

    Robbing etc, was only the war class of the Vikings, just like most other cultures in their time, who invaded other countries as often as they could. See Anglo-Saxons. After the Roman Empire crumbled...
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    Re: Can't get SR04 ultrasonic to work

    HaHa..... I must stop posting after having a few whiskies LOL
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    Re: Can't get SR04 ultrasonic to work

    No... Windows 10 is mostly Windows 7, but it is the subtle changes and removals that I have had to change, and the compiler's code now has comparisons to see what OS it is running on and changes the...
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    Re: Problem with LOADBIT

    Crickey.... I've just been going through my code history for the compiler versions, and that anomaly has been in the compiler for quite a while now.

    It has to do with the code that seperates the...
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    Re: Can't get SR04 ultrasonic to work

    See page 160 of the compiler's manual:



    For higher oscillators use a word variable for the result and you sould be OK. Try a lower frequency on the microcontroller to make sure it is not...
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    Re: Can't get SR04 ultrasonic to work

    Here's a piece of code I wrote many years ago for the article I wrote that showed how to make an ultrasonic TOF circuit and interface to the SRF04 and SRF08 modules. As far as I know, the Chinese...
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    Re: Merry Christmas everyone

    To all the good people on this forum, I hope you all have a lovely Christmas.

    With my very best regards
    Les
  147. top204 has just uploaded Proton Compilers Full Installer - Proton 3.7.3.5 - Proton24

    top204 has just uploaded Proton Compilers Full Installer - Proton 3.7.3.5 - Proton24 1.0.6.7!

    Correction and Additions made in version 3.7.3.5 of Proton and version 1.0.6.7 of Proton24

    Proton...
  148. [SOLVED !] Re: problem with same variable in substraction ??

    I'll take a look at it this afternoon. Thanks for spotting a possible anomaly.
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    Re: SERIN/SEROUT how low can you go?

    The calculation for the Baud value for Serin and Serout is on page 240 of the compiler's manual.

    The calculation can be made into a pre-processor $define for easy access:



    '
    ' Calculate the...
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    Re: file missing from Proton 3.7.3.3 update??

    I'll place the files on both drives, so there are no problems in future.
  151. Replies
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    Re: file missing from Proton 3.7.3.3 update??

    You are right, the file is not being opened when the link is clicked, it is just moves the user to the forum thread, yet it was created as it always is. I can not go and alter it to see what is wrong...
  152. top204 has just uploaded Proton Compilers Full Installer - Proton 3.7.3.3 - Proton24

    top204 has just uploaded Proton Compilers Full Installer - Proton 3.7.3.3 - Proton24 1.0.6.6!

    Corrections and Additions made in version 3.7.3.3 of Proton and version 1.0.6.6 of Proton24

    Proton...
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    Re: It's Christmas, how about a bit of giving?

    I cannot thank you all enough. Words don't cover how I feel for my friends here on the forum.

    Since my injury, life has changed beyond my worst expectations, but it's times like this that give me...
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    Re: TFT for dsPIC33FJ256GP710A

    Unfortunately, I am now unable to afford to give my time away, but my daily rate is very good and if you want, I will get that board up and running in a couple of days for you, with libraries and...
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    Re: Amicus 24 schematic?

    Because of the size of the PCB, the device is a tiny SSOP type. I was going to use the UQFN type package, and I created the original design for that type, but Microchip have made the heatsink pad on...
  156. Re: Symbol not previously defined - Another assemble error

    You are using a compiler version that is quite old. Try the latest version.
  157. Replies
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    Re: TFT for dsPIC33FJ256GP710A

    The TFT appears to be a standard ILI9341 type with a resistive touch membrane.

    Looking at the circuit, the resistive membrane is going to the dsPIC's ADC channels for the X/Y touch position.
    ...
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    Re: Amicus 24 schematic?

    You cannot buy the microcontroller for 2

    The Chinese have ripped off the Atmel devices for many, many years so with Microchip now running the ship of Atmel devices, they may put a stop to it,...
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    Re: Amicus 24 schematic?

    I never released the Amicus24 board. The circuit is from a prototype that I had 2 boards made for testing.

    There were some issues with the circuit that I was going to change for the final Amicus24...
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    Re: 3.7.3.1 download will not unzip

    The compiler is written on a Windows 10 64-bit machine and it is fully operational on Windows XP, Windows 7, the dreadful Windows 8, and, the not so bad, Windows 10. 32-bit and 64 bit platforms.
    ...
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    18F26K40 and 18F27K40 Config Fuse settings for internal and external oscillator

    For the fuses, take a lookin teh device's PPI file. They are at the end of it, and all the available fuese are also listed.

    The fuse setting can depend on how the device is being used, for...
  162. Re: Changes after latest version of the compiler

    I agree that the compiler's internal stack variables PBS_xxx should not be used too much, but as John said, when you are working low level, they are a must to save otherwise they can be overwritten,...
  163. Re: Changes after latest version of the compiler

    The PBP_xxx compiler system variables have had a name change to PBS_xxx since version 3.7.x.x
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    Re: 18F25K20 osc / clock odd frequency

    Unfortunately that is my fault. :-( I enabled PLL by default for the 18F25K20 because it was the microcontroller used in the Amicus18 and I wanted to make it much easier for the Amicus18 user, but...
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    Re: DS3231 Alarm settings anybody

    The new 18FxxK40 devices are actually quite nice, and because they are new, they are quite a lot cheaper at the moment.

    The 18FxxK40 devices have PPS, and INT0, INT1 and INT2 need their chosen...
  166. Thread: FN-M16P wow's

    by top204
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    Re: FN-M16P wow's

    Nice one Dave!

    The problem with virtually all of the boards from China, and most other places, is that they all use the manufacturer's design firmware and do no investigations or write code...
  167. [SOLVED !] Proton MCP3422 ADC reader. For V+ and V- Voltage readings

    To display the Voltage from the MCP3422 ADC, the changes in the Main routine are shown below:



    Main:
    Symbol cQuanta = 2.5 / 131072.0 ' Create the quantasisation value...
  168. [SOLVED !] Proton MCP3422 ADC reader. For V+ and V- readings

    As usual, Microchip have also screwed this ADC a bit as well. It is signed 18-bit, which actually means it has a resolution of 17-bits and its output value is not 2's complement. It just means bit-17...
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    Re: Proton compiler 3.7.3.1 file IDP.ALEXA.51

    All the compiler's executables are scanned with 2 seperate virus scanners before they are made into an installer and then I upload it to my google drive and it performs scans on it before it allows...
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    Re: DS3231 Alarm settings anybody

    If I had a bit of time, or a DS devies I would take a look at the library for it.

    But be very careful with the Arduno crap out there. :-) I looked at one article from a user and they actually had...
  171. Re: Question about Hbusin / Hbusout on PIC16F15313

    General updates and anomaly corrections to the compiler are free, and the compiler rightfully stated in an error message that that device was not supported with the Hbus commands for the reason it...
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    Re: DS3231 Alarm settings anybody

    Once you have it operating you can change your subroutines for manipulating BCD to procedures using these:



    '---------------------------------------------------------------
    ' Decimal to BCD...
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    Re: Need some help from a VB expert

    It's not the fan or the cooling system on the PC, it is the CPU starting to die, or the motherboard has a problem and is causing the CPU to overheat. The OS is also crashing intermittently because...
  174. Thread: Rc-522

    by top204
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    Re: Rc-522

    Looking at the datasheet, pin 1 of the MFRC522 chip selects an I2C interface, but it is not brought to the outside world on the PCB. USART and SPI are on seperate pins, but the USART is not brought...
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    Re: Need some help from a VB expert

    Sorry for the delay in replying John, but my PC is now only lasting a few hours before overheating and dying on me, so I'm busy saving up for one.

    The 8-bit Proton compiler sets the PPS...
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    Re: PIC24FJ64GA306 Anomaly in USART 4

    I've examined the library code for USART4 with the PIC24FJ128GA306 and it is followiing the correct rules and using the correct SFRs etc... Matching the asm code on USART3 to USART4, they do exactly...
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    Re: Need some help from a VB expert

    I could'nt find the source for that tool John. Where did you find it?

    Visual BASIC is, IMO, a dreadful language because it is so bloated and they extended it so much it became virtually unreadable...
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    Re: Support for 18LF26K22 and 18LF45K22

    As has been mentioned, use the F device if the LF device is not in the compiler's PPI files.

    There is no difference in the device mechanisms, except the LF types have a different power rating....
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    Re: PPS for 8bit Microchip Micocontrollers

    It would be an excellent tool for the Proton compiler Evan, and I thank you for your detailed info concerning it.

    The code produced would be great inside a Proc-EndProc and the hex values using...
  180. Re: Question about Hbusin / Hbusout on PIC16F15313

    Microchip are notorious for changing the way peripherals work and teh SFRs used, so the compiler's hardware I2C routines only work with a specific pattern to the peripherals.

    When I originally...
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    Re: 1 Wire write - bit mode , no reset

    Many thanks for your detailed analysis of the problem RSteve.

    I'm inside the compiler now and looking for the section that has altered so I can correct it for the next update.

    I've also...
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    Proton PC PWM library for devices 18F1230, 18F1330, 18F2331, 18F2431, 18F4331, 18F443

    I've created a library for some of the 18F devices that have the Power Control PWM peripheral:

    Power Control PWM Peripheral Library

    The devices supported are: 18F1230, 18F1330, 18F2331,...
  183. Re: Phase offseting PWM to prevent noise on fans

    If it is the phase of the PWM waves that need altering, there are some devices with motor control PWM peripherals that should do the trick. Also some devies that allow diferent timers for the...
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    Re: Purchase and support

    The ebay sale was dropped last year, so it should not be on there now.

    I was desperately trying to get some form of return from the work I do on the compiler. The Proton compilers are actually...
  185. Re: Phase offseting PWM to prevent noise on fans

    What frequency are the motors being used at from the PWM Tim?

    If it is low enough, a very simple interrupt can create the PWM signal and as each pin is toggled in sequence within the interrupt, it...
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    Re: 18F14K50 Very simple input problem

    The 18F14K50 devices are actually nice units and I've never had any problems with them over the years.

    The compiler now sets pins to digital before the user's program starts so the All_Digital...
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    Re: PPL setting for 18f27k42

    PLL Geoerge, not PPS. :-)

    I've looked at that program and it has a few flaws in it. One of the major flaws is that it uses Microchip XML files and they sometimes change them when they do an update...
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    Re: Setting PLL on a PIC18F27K42 device with internal oscillator using Proton

    And you are right Charlie.... The Microchip website is absolutely dreadful, which is now typical of the internet unfortunately. :-(
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    Setting PLL on a PIC18F27K42 device with internal oscillator using Proton

    If using an external crystal just switch on PLL within the config fuses. For the internal oscillator, a few SFRs need to be manipulated, but when they are operating, the newer 18FxxK devices are...
  190. Thread: Bits and pieces

    by top204
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    Re: Bits and pieces

    I've always taken pride in the tightness and efficiency of the compiler's assemby it creates, and it is really good to see someone appreciate it. :-)

    The $define's code written in Proton BASIC...
  191. top204 has just uploaded Proton Compilers Full Installer - Proton 3.7.3.1 - Proton24

    top204 has just uploaded Proton Compilers Full Installer - Proton 3.7.3.1 - Proton24 1.0.6.4!

    Corrections and Alteration made in version 3.7.3.1 of Proton

    Proton Corrections
    Corrected the...
  192. Thread: SensorTile.box

    by top204
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    Re: SensorTile.box

    That statement for the ESP with an AT interface is obviously written by a very biased nerd!

    The price of the ESP boards is extremely low, but for someone not quite up to scratch with C++ they can...
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    Re: HD44780 positioning the cursor.

    Not all alphanumeric LCDs follow the same protocols, especially the Chinese rip-off versions of the Hitachi chipset. Also, some look just like an Hitachi chipset but have as slightly different RAM...
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    Re: Determining VAR lenths

    Take a look at the SizeOf function in the manual.

    Len is for String type variables or character strings or a byte array that terminates with a null because it creates a routine to count the...
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    Re: Les's ILI9325 Wiki code

    Charlie.

    See this little piece of text I wrote on the forum's Wiki for overclocking the 18FxxKxx devices.

    Overclocking the Amicus18 Board to 100MHz

    I remember I had the 18FxxKxx devices...
  196. Thread: SensorTile.box

    by top204
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    Re: SensorTile.box

    The ESP devices do come with either an AT interface, or the code can be written on the Arm 32-bit processor on-board. As is usually the case, the C++ coding of the library files for the Wi-Fi on...
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    Re: Les's ILI9325 Wiki code

    The touch chip is the ADS7846. I remember using this type because it was inexpensive and whole lot better than the dreadful Microchip types.

    Here's a screenshot of the touch part of the circuit...
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    Re: Les's ILI9325 Wiki code

    Here's something I created quite a few years ago that used the ILI9325 graphic LCD board. See my stubby little fingers? LOL


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4ghfgeZYF8

    I created it because...
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    Re: Les's ILI9325 Wiki code

    What I've found with the ILI type of graphic LCDs is that the only real change to make in teh code is the initialisation mechanism for them. The code I wrote uses the start-up commands and values in...
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    Re: Reset from the software

    I'll add a Reset command in teh compiler to do the same as the Reset mnemonic, but on standard 14-bit core devies as well. HOwever, all it will do is the same as the Reset mnemonic and jump to...
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