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2001\07\19@182139 by Mike Mansheim

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> Thanks for the advice, but I haven't found a pin on the 'F877 designated
> LVP, I am not sure what you are referring to.

RB3 - pin 36 on the dip part (actually labelled 'PGM' in the data sheet

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2001\07\20@020215 by Heinz Czychun

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Hi Mike,

       Yes, that's what I was getting at, I should have been clearer.

       Thanks for interpreting my cryptics.

       I wonder if this should be in a FAQ for the 'F87x chips ?

Heinz

At 5:19 PM -0500 7/19/01, Mike Mansheim wrote:
>  > Thanks for the advice, but I haven't found a pin on the 'F877 designated
>>  LVP, I am not sure what you are referring to.
>
>RB3 - pin 36 on the dip part (actually labelled 'PGM' in the data sheet
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