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'[PIC]: MPASM woes'
2001\03\07@123034 by Stan Ockers

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                           [PIC]: MPASM woes
3/7/01
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I'm trying to use a PIC16F872 so I go to Microchip to get the latest
version of MPASM.  Is anyone as ticked off as I am at having to download 10
megabytes,(MPLAB), to get a couple hundred kilobyte program?  Anyway I get
version 2.61 and the version of p16f872.inc that goes with it.

I put MPASM and the include file in the same directory as the following
program on three different computers, (I'm using DOS):
  ; BINCNT72.ASM

       LIST p=16f872          ;  tells which processor is used
       #INCLUDE "p16f872.inc"
       __CONFIG _PWRTE_ON & _XT_OSC & _WDT_ON & _LVP_OFF

           movlw 0
           tris PORTB
loop:
           sleep
           incf PORTB, f
           goto loop
           end

Typing in 'mpasm bincnt72.asm'  resulted in the following:

 486 33 running Windows 95 rebooted in DOS mode:  no errors
 386 33 running DOS 6.22: no errors
 386 20 running DOS 6.20  1 error, (105), saying that mpasm can't find
the include file.

What is wrong with the 3rd computer, it worked in the other 2?  I've
tried almost everything I can think of and it still won't assemble without
that 105 error.

Stan

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2001\03\07@210829 by Olin Lathrop

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>   486 33 running Windows 95 rebooted in DOS mode:  no errors
>   386 33 running DOS 6.22: no errors
>   386 20 running DOS 6.20  1 error, (105), saying that mpasm can't find
> the include file.

I don't know what is wrong, but have you contacted a local museum about your
computers?  They might be interested.


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Olin Lathrop, embedded systems consultant in Devens Massachusetts
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2001\03\08@051802 by dr. Imre Bartfai

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Check the CONFIG.SYS file in the erroneous situation. The FILES entry
should be set at least to 20 (if omitted, you have only 8 handles).

Regards,
Imre

On Wed, 7 Mar 2001, Stan Ockers wrote:

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