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Jim Miller Says:

Faced with creating two 128 byte tables today to replace a divide routine I created a spread sheet in Excel which created the decimal values, converted them to hex equivalents, split into high and low bytes and then concatenated them with "retlw" strings to create the table. I then pasted the two columns of retlw 'k' into PICASM.

Major labor savings!

Jim
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