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2005\10\20@133922 by Ed Edmondson

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I was reading a PIC data sheet and ran across the following statement:

PORTB<7:4> Interrupt on change.

What does the 7:4 indicate??

Thanks,
Ed

2005\10\20@134559 by Michael Rigby-Jones

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>I was reading a PIC data sheet and ran across the following statement:
>PORTB<7:4> Interrupt on change.
>What does the 7:4 indicate??

It means bits 7 to 4 of PORTB.  It's a very common notation for describing a range of bits.

Regards

Mike

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2005\10\20@135433 by Harold Hallikainen

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PORTB<7:4> means port b bits 7 through 4 inclusive (not bits 0 through 3).

Harold



On Thu, October 20, 2005 10:39 am, Ed Edmondson wrote:
> I was reading a PIC data sheet and ran across the following statement:
>
> PORTB<7:4> Interrupt on change.
>
> What does the 7:4 indicate??
>
> Thanks,
> Ed


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2005\10\20@140152 by Ed Edmondson

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Thanks Guys

Ed


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2005\10\20@140305 by Mike Hagen

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Good question.  Which Pic?
Might be the pin# for two different packages or
bit 7 or bit 4 depending on the package?
???

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> I was reading a PIC data sheet and ran across the following statement:
>
> PORTB<7:4> Interrupt on change.
>
> What does the 7:4 indicate??
>
> Thanks,
> Ed
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