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2001\01\11@110301 by David VanHorn

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Where can I find docs on the __Config directive for MPASM with the F627?
I see the point in the data sheet, where it defines the various bits, but I
never see them called out in the form that they are used in the directive.

IOW: The code protection bits are defined as "1" or "0" in the data sheet,
but in the config directive, they are in the form of "prot_on" or "prot_off"..

I dont' want to get it wrong and lock myself out of the parts.
Also, I have no idea what the proper "config" form is for most of the bits,
as they give no examples.


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2001\01\11@114603 by imenez Yamasaki

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   Look up in datasheet for "SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE CPU" then
"CONFIGURATION WORD"

   I hope that is what you are looking for...

   Regards,

   Gonzalo

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| Where can I find docs on the __Config directive for MPASM with the F627?
| I see the point in the data sheet, where it defines the various bits, but
I
| never see them called out in the form that they are used in the directive.
|
| IOW: The code protection bits are defined as "1" or "0" in the data sheet,
| but in the config directive, they are in the form of "prot_on" or
"prot_off"..
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| I dont' want to get it wrong and lock myself out of the parts.
| Also, I have no idea what the proper "config" form is for most of the
bits,
| as they give no examples.
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2001\01\11@115654 by David VanHorn

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At 11:50 AM 1/11/01 -0500, Gonzalo Jimenez Yamasaki wrote:
>     Look up in datasheet for "SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE CPU" then
>"CONFIGURATION WORD"

I found it.. It's in the .inc file.
I was looking for the information in the form of _switch_state for use with
the config statement, rather than what's in the datasheet.


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2001\01\11@175007 by Olin Lathrop

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> Where can I find docs on the __Config directive for MPASM with the F627?
> I see the point in the data sheet, where it defines the various bits, but
I
> never see them called out in the form that they are used in the directive.

Look in the include file for the particular processor you are using.


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2001\01\11@182337 by David VanHorn

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At 05:30 PM 1/11/01 -0500, Olin Lathrop wrote:
> > Where can I find docs on the __Config directive for MPASM with the F627?
> > I see the point in the data sheet, where it defines the various bits, but
>I
> > never see them called out in the form that they are used in the directive.
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>Look in the include file for the particular processor you are using.

Found it, thanks.
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