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'MPLABC'
1996\11\05@082243 by tjaart

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How many folks are there using MPLABC?

I used to code directly in assembly, but switched over to MPLABC
about two weeks ago. It allows you to code rubbish (without always
generating errors or warnings) that will compile to a even bigger
heap of rubbish.(Garbage in, garbage out!)

I'd like to discuss a few (not-so-funny) funnies in it.
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'MPLABC'
1998\03\14@174910 by Mark Lezama
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const  unsigned int TMR1_H[] = {
                                     //constantes para retardos de 3.5
Bytes
                                               93, 174, 214, 235, 245
};
This generated:

003E 0782    ADDWF  02
003F 345D    RETLW  5Dh
0040 34AE    RETLW  AEh
0041 34D6    RETLW  D6h
0042 34EB    RETLW  EBh
0043 34F5    RETLW  F5h

Then I use the Rom array:
BAUDIOS=2;
TMR1H=TMR1_H[BAUDIOS];

This generated:

08CD 018A    CLRF   0A
08CE 1683    BSF    03,5
08CF 084E    MOVF   4E,W
08D0 118A    BCF    0A,3
08D1 2035    CALL   0035h

The problem is that the Rom array is in 0x003E and the compiler call
0x0035. WHAT IS HAPPENING?, my program is crazy if I will use this.


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'MPLABC'
1998\10\23@131554 by Starfire Zhu
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Hi, pauls!

Where can I get MPLABC for programming?

1998\10\23@142007 by Peter L. Peres

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On Sat, 24 Oct 1998, Starfire Zhu wrote:

> Hi, pauls!

I am not a Paul, but a Peter. MPLABC can be found at the web site of its
maker, Microchip:

http://www.microchip.com

They also make PICs, did you know that ?

Peter

1998\10\24@125818 by Sean Breheny

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Hi Peter,

I went to Mchip's site and found that MPLAB-C has been discontinued. They
now only offer a free MPLAB-C17, a C compiler for only 17Cxxx series chips.
Anyway, was MPLAB-C ever free for download? I thought that they sold it and
that was why it didn't come with MPLAB by default.

Sean


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1998\10\24@145558 by Michael Hagberg

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there was a demo program that allowed a maximum compile of 255 bytes. i
zipped the directory and posted it on the web at
http://home.i1.net/mhagberg/mpcdemo.zip
i believe this is ok to distribute if not i will remove the file. don't go
asking microchip for tech help. by the way i have never been even mildly
impressed at 'c' compilers for the pic. i find that projects for the lower
end chips can just as easily be coded with a few good library routines for
(RS232 or displays) in assembly.

michael

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1998\10\24@175618 by Walter Banks

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I don't have any problem with the link but it might be better
to point a link to the Byte Craft Limited WEB site at
http://www.bytecraft.com/impc.html  where the
current MPC demo can be found.

Walter Banks


> there was a demo program that allowed a maximum compile of 255 bytes. i
> zipped the directory and posted it on the web at
> http://home.i1.net/mhagberg/mpcdemo.zip
> i believe this is ok to distribute if not i will remove the file. don't
go
> asking microchip for tech help. by the way i have never been even mildly
> impressed at 'c' compilers for the pic. i find that projects for the
lower
> end chips can just as easily be coded with a few good library routines
for
> (RS232 or displays) in assembly.

1998\10\24@175621 by Walter Banks

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The compiler demo you refer to in this post is a very
old MPC demo from Byte Craft Limited. MPLABC was
based on an even earlier version of MPC destributed
by Microchip under Licence. MPC continious to
be sold and supported by Byte Craft Limited. The
current demo version can be found at
http://www.bytecraft.com/impc.html

Walter Banks


> there was a demo program that allowed a maximum compile of 255 bytes. i
> zipped the directory and posted it on the web at
> http://home.i1.net/mhagberg/mpcdemo.zip
> i believe this is ok to distribute if not i will remove the file. don't
go
> asking microchip for tech help.

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