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'Changing pin values with MPLAB'
1996\05\28@143627 by Daniel Holt

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How do you change the pin values in MPLAB durring a simulation.  I am trying
to simulate a matrix keypad which externally holds port B pins high.  Of
course the simulator doesn't know this (without a stimulation file).  I have
tried the 'modify' window with no luck.  I can only change general purpose
registers, but not the ports.

Another gripe....  The help files where not included in my download.  Is
this normal?  Thanks for any help.
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1996\05\28@150206 by Adrian Clinciu

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       Hi,

You can use asynchronous, pin and clock stimulus, from "Debug/Simulator
Stimulus" option on main menu.

       Adrian



At 11:36 1996-05-28 -0700, Daniel Holt wrote:
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1996\05\28@155230 by Darrel Johansen

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    Daniel Holt <holtspamKILLspamMAIL.SDSU.EDU> writes:

    >How do you change the pin values in MPLAB durring a simulation.  I am
    >trying to simulate a matrix keypad which externally holds port B pins
    >high.  Of course the simulator doesn't know this (without a
    >stimulation file).  I have tried the 'modify' window with no luck.  I
    >can only change general purpose registers, but not the ports.

    >Another gripe....  The help files where not included in my download.
    >Is this normal?  Thanks for any help.

    The pin values will change as soon as you step or run the simulator.
    This is something that we want to address in an upcoming interim
    release, along with other things (the main one being the system crash
    after executing an Async Stimulus set to Pulse).  That release should
    be posted early next week.

    The help files were separated from the executables for those who
    didn't want to download them for each release.  This saves time, and
    most prefer it this way.

    Darrel Johansen

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