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    Hi friends Im looking solutions use pow command over 12F1840 pic.
    have any comment for this?
    normally pow command use on 18F series pic, not 16F or 12F

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    As far as I know, POW multiplies something by itself a number of times. So POW(2,3) would give 16.
    This wouldn't be difficult to code, would it? I suspect that POW is not provided on 16F or 12F because of the amount of memory it would eat up.

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    I remember, old forum have some code for replace pow command, but Im lost it.

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