Mike M wrote:
> Hi again, im usin a 16c84...anyway to create jump tables longer then
Define what you mean by 7h?
A jump table in a 16C84/ 16F84 may be any length up to the whole of
memory. The technique involves a 16-bit add of the jump address to the
base address (constant) of the table, with the most significant byte
stored in PCLATH, and the least significant put in W then execution of
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