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Q:What pins should be used when interfacing a PIC or SX to  IIC devices? Would open-drain pin RA4 would be the pin to use for SDA on an PIC xF84 then to make life a little easier ?

A: from Ken Webster

Perhaps. I actually found the ordinary pins quite easy to use on a 16C74, particularly because it is ok to use BCF and BSF directly on the TRISA, TRISB, or TRISC registers (thus you needn't use a mirror register like you do with PORTA, PORTB, or PORTC with read-modify-write instructions).

For example, with an open-drain pin:

      BSF   PORTA_MIRROR,2
      MOVF  PORTA_MIRROR,W
      MOVWF PORTA

With an ordinary pin:
Initialization:

      CLRF PORTA

Toggling a pin high:

      BSF  STATUS,RP0
      BSF  TRISA,2
      BCF  STATUS,RP0

A shortcut I often used was to point FSR at TRISA at the start of a subroutine that talks to the EEPROM. Then, in the body of ths subroutine, I could use the following (instead of switching STATUS,RP0 back and forth):

      BSF  INDF,2

So, actually, I think it is easier to not use an open-drain pin as long as you can use 2 pins on the same port and point FSR to that port. For the 17C756 I chose to use the open-drain pins only because they were not useful for anything else and I was short on pins.


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