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  1. Re: Procedures in the 8-bit Proton Compiler

    You certainly can "still do it" Les, many thanks. This will be a very welcome and useful facility.

    Charlie
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    Re: Advertisement on the forum

    Paypal suits me, this forum is well worth a decent donation every year.
    Where does Les fit into the income generated because he is also a Very Important Person?

    Charlie
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    Re: Advertisement on the forum

    Happy to pay for the forum with no adverts.

    Charlie
  4. Re: What does Access mean after dimensioning a variable?

    Thanks George, that's useful to know.

    Charlie
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    Re: Advertisement on the forum

    I also agree that if it help to pay for the site then I'm OK with it.
    But I won't subscribe to Amazon Prime.

    Best to all
    Charlie
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    Re: PIC iPod wav player

    Thanks Bob but the link to iPod player doesn't work. I am now doing the job with a 24 bit PIC, I know I can get that going OK.

    Best
    Charlie
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    SD routines for 18F series

    I've used the SD routines very successfully for the P24 chips, but now I
    need to attach an SD card to a 18F26K22. Do such routines exist and if so, where?

    Charlie
  8. Re: P24 (using Procedures) for 18F Pics??

    I agree with all the above, and would be happy to pay for such a great compiler and support.

    Charlie
  9. Re: Multiple functions by a single switch

    I think what he wants is like Joseph suggested: hold the switch down for a short time is one function, a bit longer for the second and so on.
    I seem to remember Les describing a single button that...
  10. Re: Chocolate egg delivery mechanism

    Thanks Tim. I love the idea of a ski-lift chair. Yes, I understand the paddle wheel idea.
    The "eggs" are little spherical chocolates wrapped in thin metal foil. They are about 1cm in dia and very...
  11. Chocolate egg delivery mechanism

    The museum is constructing a spoof version of the Heath Robinson machine (which preceded Colossus). It is largely my project.
    I can't say much more at this stage but we need to deliver single...
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    Re: PIC18F1330 PLL problem

    I don't know where I've seen this Rick, but put a couple of nop's between the OSCCON and OSCTUNE instructions.

    Charlie
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    Re: 1602 LCD problem

    I've used some very cheap ones recommended by Les with success.
  14. Re: How to pick apart a binary include file

    Hadv: That's exactly what I was on about, good work.
  15. Re: How to pick apart a binary include file

    Good work hadv! I think a better definition of an "include" file would say that it allowed Proton code to be included in a program in a structured way.
    The compiler will still look at your hex code...
  16. Re: How to pick apart a binary include file

    hadv,

    Surely the compiler expects code in the include file? SCV says that it is binary.
    I tried it with an exe file renamed to .inc and the compiler "couldn't find it".
  17. Re: How to pick apart a binary include file

    I did a similar thing for upgrading the firmware on an alien micro-controller. I converted the binary to hex, stored that in my Proton prog, then read it using Cread commands. Worked fine.
    In your...
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    Re: 3D printer. Yey!!!!

    That looks like a nice piece of kit Les. I know little about 3D printing, is the software easy to drive, and does one have to buy a software package?

    Charlie
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    Re: Happy Birthday AlbertoFS

    Belated birthday wishes Alberto. Yes, keeping the brain active is sooo important.

    Charlie
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    Re: HBUSIN stops program?

    Frizie

    The two HBSIN commands are commented out, but I guess that's not the problem.

    Charlie
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    Re: New PICkit 4 available

    Frizie

    Thanks for taking the trouble to explain that. I'm sure many members will find it useful.

    Charlie
  22. Re: Compiler give error if more than 50 times is used directive "Include"

    It's because the ISO (international Standards Org) have got into bed with Microchip. Stranger things have happened.....
  23. Re: Compiler give error if more than 50 times is used directive "Include"

    Hey Les

    The International Standards Organisation have just redefined the BYTE. It now has 9 bits.
    When you have a minute could you mod the compiler please?

    Best
    Charlie
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    Re: Electromagnetic display

    You've just re-invented ferrite core memory Ken!
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    Re: Inexplicable fault. Any tips?

    Some of today's music sounds better "without loudspeakers connected!".

    Charlie
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    Re: Inexplicable fault. Any tips?

    A piece of insulated cable that has a break in it?
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    Re: Compiler problems

    Peter

    This is a long shot: load the compiler and copy/paste this in, then click "compile":

    Device = 18F26K22
    Declare Xtal = 64


    Charlie
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    Re: RC522 RFID Code

    As Joseph says, this would make a good article for the Wiki

    Charlie
  29. Re: 24EP256GP204 external interrupt problem

    Hi Tadd

    Are you sure that A.4 is the input? I would guess that a floating pin might cause the trouble you are having.

    Charlie
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    Re: Compiler problems

    Peter

    Sometimes, after editing a source, the compiler locks up half way through the compilation. It's as though Win10 has forgotten about it.
    The only solution is to re-boot Win10. It happens on...
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    Re: Malware on this website?

    Lester, we appreciate your hard work very much. Sorry I can't be more help.

    Charlie
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    Re: Malware on this website?

    I'm very willing to help, but as John says, how?

    Charlie
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    Re: Malware on this website?

    Are we saying that somebody has posted a link that points at a suspicious site?

    Charlie
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    Re: Drawing lines on CRT screen

    Thanks John, that looks just the thing.

    Charlie
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    Re: Drawing lines on CRT screen

    Thanks Teo but I want to write some code that will plot lines on my screen.
    I have all the hardware.

    Charlie
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