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    Default Compiler installer for 8-bit Proton 3.5.9.9 and Proton24 1.0.4.3

    Proton 3.5.9.9 and Proton24 1.0.4.3 available for download

    The compiler update can be downloaded from here:

    Proton compiler version 3.5.9.9 and Proton24 compiler version 1.0.4.3

    Additions and Fixes made in version 3.5.9.9 of the Proton Compiler and version 1.0.4.3 of the Proton24 Compiler.

    Proton Addition
    Added .Bit0 to .Bit31 following a variable or constant value to select the bit of the value. This is because adding a numeric digit after a constant made the compiler see it as a floating point constant.

    Proton Correction
    Corrected creation of variables using Dim with the At directive..

    Proton24 Additions
    Added a Dec0 modifier for floating point. This will remove any fractional values when transmitted or printed etc.
    Added .Bit0 to .Bit31 following a variable or constant value to select the bit of the value.
    Added a library that replicates the HBusin and HBusout commands, but it is written in Proton24 BASIC, so it can be modified at will.

    Proton24 Correction
    Adjusted the HBusin and HBusout library routines to ensure they work as expected on all PIC24 and dsPIC device families.
    For more example programs for Proton and Proton24 or updates, please visit: Proton WIKI or Proton Files

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    Default Re: Compiler installer for 8-bit Proton 3.5.9.9 and Proton24 1.0.4.3

    Is there the possibility of adding the 16f628A or 16F88 microcontrollers for the free version? these microcontrollers are very used by beginners.

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    Default Re: Compiler installer for 8-bit Proton 3.5.9.9 and Proton24 1.0.4.3

    Hi Les,
    Thanks for the update.
    Are the user manuals updated?
    Teo

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    Is there the possibility of adding the 16f628A or 16F88 microcontrollers for the free version? these microcontrollers are very used by beginners.
    OK... Will do that for the next update. They are the standard 14-bit core devices, which microchip are dropping anyway.

    The manuals have not been updated with the very latest compiler versions because there's not a lot of change. I'm busy adjusting the manuals to make sure users know that there are a few hundred example programs installed with the compiler.
    For more example programs for Proton and Proton24 or updates, please visit: Proton WIKI or Proton Files

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    Default Re: Compiler installer for 8-bit Proton 3.5.9.9 and Proton24 1.0.4.3

    Les,

    So if at the moment I have a code which have Var1.1 I have to change it to the new format Var1.Bit1?

    Thanks for the update.
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    Thanks Les.

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    Hi Les,

    Thanks for this update version.

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    Thanks for the update and thanks for your hard job.


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    Default Re: Compiler installer for 8-bit Proton 3.5.9.9 and Proton24 1.0.4.3

    Thanks Les, I have found a book for beginners, this book is about Proton
    ftp://doc.nit.ac.ir/cee/sh.gol/New%2...rogramming.pdf

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    So if at the moment I have a code which have Var1.1 I have to change it to the new format Var1.Bit1?
    No.... The .BitX extensions are mainly for constant values. For example, if you wanted to know what bit 1 is from a constant. i.e. Var = 3.1. The compiler would see that as a floating point constant. But now, Var = 3.Bit1 will produce the value 1 because bit 1 is set.

    But you can still do Var = Var.1 etc... Nothing has changed, whatsoever, concerning standard syntax.

    I know this seems a bit obvious, but when passing variables to routines, it was causing me headaches, so I decided to make things easier.
    For more example programs for Proton and Proton24 or updates, please visit: Proton WIKI or Proton Files

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