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'16C54 to 16C84 code changes'
1998\02\28@110334 by Richard Mansfield

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I am interested in knowing what changes to a piece of code need be
made when the code is written for a 16C54 but I want to program a
16C84.
       I have some code examples which I would like to convert from
16C54 to 16C84 so I can use them. I would also like to do the opposite
(i.e. 16C84 to 16C54)
       Any help would be grately appreciated, as I am relatively new
to the world of PIC's

Thanks in advance
Richard Mansfield
r i c h - m a n s f i e l d @ g e o c i t i e s . c o m

1998\02\28@223627 by Justin Grimm

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Check the PIC16C84 Data sheet from Microchip, that has the changes
necessary to
convert the code. page 95.
Good luck
Justin Grimm    spam_OUTreaperTakeThisOuTspamsouthwest.com.au


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From: Richard Mansfield <.....rich-mansfieldKILLspamspam@spam@GEOCITIES.COM>
To: PICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU
Subject: 16C54 to 16C84 code changes
Date: Sunday, 1 March 1998 0:02

I am interested in knowing what changes to a piece of code need be
made when the code is written for a 16C54 but I want to program a
16C84.
       I have some code examples which I would like to convert from
16C54 to 16C84 so I can use them. I would also like to do the opposite
(i.e. 16C84 to 16C54)
       Any help would be grately appreciated, as I am relatively new
to the world of PIC's

Thanks in advance
Richard Mansfield
r i c h - m a n s f i e l d @ g e o c i t i e s . c o m
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'16C54 to 16C84 code changes'
1998\03\02@212359 by twulk
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Richard Mansfield wrote:
>
> I am interested in knowing what changes to a piece of code need be
> made when the code is written for a 16C54 but I want to program a
> 16C84.
>         I have some code examples which I would like to convert from
> 16C54 to 16C84 so I can use them. I would also like to do the opposite
> (i.e. 16C84 to 16C54)
>         Any help would be grately appreciated, as I am relatively new
> to the world of PIC's
>
> Thanks in advance
> Richard Mansfield
> r i c h - m a n s f i e l d @ g e o c i t i e s . c o m
Richard,

As I am somewhat of a newbie to it myself, my advise is limited, but I
will warn you of this.  The reset vectors are in two different
locations.  The 54 is at x1FF, and the 84 is at x000.  Also, the 84 has
and interrupt vector at x004.  Other than that they should be pretty
much plug and pray compatible.

Tony Wulk
.....twulkKILLspamspam.....earthlink.net

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