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    Re: carriage return/line feed

    Thanks Henk
    I just changed my settings and it works

    so far so good

    regards, Harm

    Sorry for the previous post. I pressed submit instead of preview
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    Re: carriage return/line feed

    [source sdfd /]
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    Re: carriage return/line feed

    Nope, just brings up the FireFox library... Even copying 0D0A from a textfile does not work...
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    Re: carriage return/line feed

    I'm just typing in a thread at the forum I thought that pressing the enter key generates both #13 and #10. How can I include a #10 separately?
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    carriage return/line feed

    Help! If I type a line and after that press enter to start a new line these lines come out concatenated. What do I have to do to get two separate lines?
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    Re: Question for Delphi programmers

    Hi John, the link you posted results in 404 Question: I am building a DLL that is supposed to work like the curent plugin DLL. Having functions in the DLL that return all kinds of elementary data...
  7. Re: Fault in bit wise comparisons on release 3.6.1.2.

    It may be me of course, but I don't see any bitwise stuff apart from the varx.0 = 1 You may use varx = varx and $01 and then test varx to be 1 or not
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    Re: Preprocessor output to assembler

    That's strange, over here it does not compile. The compiler objects against "HSerOut2_pin" in the file SnapShot.inc. There are also errors with PP_TXIF, EEADR, TXREG2. These are not compiler errors...
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    Re: Preprocessor output to assembler

    Well, if it hangs on your code, maybe it's your code ? Does your code compile? I have just tested it with some code of myself & it works hunky dory. I originally used the RTOS from JohnGB to test the...
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    Re: Preprocessor output to assembler

    Or view the .lst/.asm files created by the compiler. You can also use my analyser. After analysis there's an option to view the preprocessor output (menuitem report) or take a look at the .bas file...
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    Re: Sub-EndSub and Gosub-Return

    parameters would really be a nice feature
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    Re: Slightly surprised by 18F26K22

    It's a pretty common effect and MC warns against loading the PGC/PGD pins during programming. harm
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    Re: Question for Delphi programmers

    Hi John, Far back in time I wrote a DLL using Delphi 4. I will email the code and an example of a program using this DLL Regards, Harm
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    Re: PORT INDEX help-me

    sorry for you, but you can't
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    Re: The address of the CONFIG block

    George, you can use my 18F hex reader, it will show the addresses and the values at the bottom of the window. Note that this tool assumes config to start at 300000h, which may not be valid for all...
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    Re: The address of the CONFIG block

    The question is "Why do you need it?". You set the fuses at the start of the program, so you know what they are. There are some fuses that can be cleared at runtime (e.g. CPx and WRTx whith some...
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    Re: Crystal-less operation

    Low speed USB only (24 MHz)
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    Re: Crystal-less operation

    USB more or less requires a crystal since the internal oscillator is not accurate enough. Though, according to the datasheet, for this device INTOSC is accurate enough, but only for low speed USB.
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    Re: Correct use of bit names

    Check the bnf and look for intcon. Are the bits correct?
    Furthermore check your code. It wouldn't be the first time when a "0" and a "O" or "o" are mixed up
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    Re: Correct use of bit names

    which device are you using?
    There may be a mixup between IOC and INT

    I have never encountered problems clearing or setting an individual bit in INTCON
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    Re: 18F86J55 Oscillator configurations

    Are you sure it is running at 40 MHz? How did you determine this?

    Not connecting can also be caused by problems in the device configuration file, the PC will show an error if you insert your...
  22. Thread: Dog finder

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    Re: Dog finder

    Every PIC is capable for this job since they all have a watchdog
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    Re: PicKit3 Programmer

    Hi Charlie
    have you tried this one, the PK3 behaves like a PK2
    I'm using it for quite some time now and are very happy with it.

    regards
    harm
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    Re: PicKit3 Programmer

    What is all the hassle about? Why try to buy the cheapest programmer when you know most of them are a pain in the ass.
    At the end of the day it's only a lot of wasted time and money and, most of...
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    Re: Very very cheap simple GSM texter

    Thanks for the explanation John.
    Regarding the use of the frequency spectrum I can understand that.

    But why would that mean that sms (text) would have to disappear (or GSM altogether if I read...
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    Re: Very very cheap simple GSM texter

    Interesting discussion. Up to now I have not investigated 3G (although my mobile phone supports it) let alone 4G.
    As far as I can see, both are based on mobile internet. That's something I will try...
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    Re: code execution real time

    I agree that peripherals will lead to headaches in simulators. Testing that should be left to scopes and log analysers.
    But you can simulate bytes coming from the UARTs and buttonpresses, but an ADC...
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    Re: code execution real time

    IMHO this 'solution' leaves much to be desired.
    First it's nothing new, debugging by means of the UART is pretty common practice. (although this isn't a disadvantage)
    Second is that it requires a...
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    Re: code execution real time

    George,
    well he mentioned "the code or a section of the code", to me this looks very hard to do using an LA because you never know exactly at what point the program is. Of course toggling pins can...
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    Re: code execution real time

    But then you're not really sure about exactly where you are in your program. Besides, MPSim will allow you to set breakpoints, contains a Stopwatch and includes a Stimulus which allows you to change...
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    Re: code execution real time

    You'll have to do that using a simulator with timing option.
    Try this link.
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    Re: serial comms interrupts and timers

    To find out which resources are used look at the .lst file.
  33. Re: receiving serial hardwre port stops when using ewrite

    The compiler handles the GIE bit during EWrite. At the start of EWrite the bit is cleared, at the end it is set again, ensuring no interrupts during writing.
    Take a look in the datasheet of your...
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    Re: Debugging USB Project

    That explains why my monitor does not see your device, it's HID only.
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    Re: Debugging USB Project

    George, you're quite right. It is aimed at monitoring the, more or less continuous, exchange betweend PC and Pic.
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