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'[PIC]: Question about 16C57'
2002\09\04@074856 by Steven_R_Hutchins

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I have a PC board with a 16C57 on it. I was able load the code into my DATA
I/O programmer ( obviously ,the code protect bit must have not been set). I
saved the code to floppy using translation format 86 (tek hex) and also
format 81 (mos tech).  Now, I would like to view and possibly modify the
code.
How do proceed? Which pic software should I use to do this and which DATA
i/o translation format should be used to work the pic software?

hutch

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2002\09\04@183900 by Tony Nixon

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Steven_R_Hutchins@RAYTHEON.COM wrote:
>
> I have a PC board with a 16C57 on it. I was able load the code into my DATA
> I/O programmer ( obviously ,the code protect bit must have not been set). I
> saved the code to floppy using translation format 86 (tek hex) and also
> format 81 (mos tech).  Now, I would like to view and possibly modify the
> code.
> How do proceed? Which pic software should I use to do this and which DATA
> i/o translation format should be used to work the pic software?
>
> hutch


This disassembler may help...

http://www.bubblesoftonline.com/demo/heximg.html

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2002\09\04@225853 by hutch

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This looks similar to a very old software tool called "sourcer" that I used
on a Z80 program code years ago. I guess all I have to do now is find out
what format on the DATA I/O programmer looks like that hex format that
Sourceit uses.

:10000000860183168601831202308A008C010C0857
:10001000002286008C0A0A300C06031D07280628D9
:1004000082073F3406345B344F3466346D347D34B8
:0604100007347F346F3455
:00000001FF

I will look in the book of tranlation codes tomorrow. Thanks for the help.

hutch
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At 08:34 AM 9/5/2002 +1000, you wrote:
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2002\09\04@235606 by Tony Nixon

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Hi Hutch,

I couldn't disassemble for the 16C57, as the code made no sense for 12
bit core. It did however disassemble for a 14 bit core device as shown
below which appears to output 7 segment LED data on PORTB counting from
0 - 9 and repeating.

           ORG 0000h
;
           CLRF PORTB
           BSF STATUS,RP0
           CLRF PORTB
           BCF STATUS,RP0
           MOVLW 0x02
           MOVWF PCLATH
           CLRF 0x0C
           MOVF 0x0C,W
           CALL 0x0200
           MOVWF PORTB
           INCF 0x0C,F
           MOVLW 0x0A
           XORWF 0x0C,W
           BTFSS STATUS,Z
           GOTO 0x0007
           GOTO 0x0006
;
           ORG 0200h
;
           ADDWF PCL,F
           RETLW 0x3F               ; b'00111111'  '?'
           RETLW 0x06               ; b'00000110'
           RETLW 0x5B               ; b'01011011'  '['
           RETLW 0x4F               ; b'01001111'  'O'
           RETLW 0x66               ; b'01100110'  'f'
           RETLW 0x6D               ; b'01101101'  'm'
           RETLW 0x7D               ; b'01111101'  '}'
           RETLW 0x07               ; b'00000111'
           RETLW 0x7F               ; b'01111111'  ' '
           RETLW 0x6F               ; b'01101111'  'o'
           ;
           ;
           END

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2002\09\05@011836 by Tony Nixon

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As Homer said, Doh!

That was the code from my disassembler page, I though it was yours (|-}

> >
> > :10000000860183168601831202308A008C010C0857
> > :10001000002286008C0A0A300C06031D07280628D9
> > :1004000082073F3406345B344F3466346D347D34B8
> > :0604100007347F346F3455
> > :00000001FF

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2002\09\05@124254 by Steven_R_Hutchins

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I looked through the data i/o manual and the closest translation format to
yours listed was Intel  Intellec 8/MDS. I can send you my code in that
format and the spec sheet for intel Intellec from the data i/o manual if
you e-mail me off list I can send an attachment. The disassembler did not
work on the code, I get    error in hex code line 0.
I am sure if I can get the right format to input to the disassembler, it
should work . I am new to the pic world, so any help would be appreciated.
I suppose I could buy a programmer that does 16C57's and use it to read the
code, but *someone*  ;-) should know how to use the "high end" data i/o to
do the job.

thanks,
hutch

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