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'PIC 16C84 to PIC16C620/621'
1997\08\28@184203 by Giorgio Alboni

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I have done a program for the PIC 16C84, It's very simple and not use the
EEPROM location (only the TMR0). Can I compile this program on a PIC16C620,
if the memory is enough , without modify?


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1997\08\28@192134 by John Payson

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> I have done a program for the PIC 16C84, It's very simple and not use the
> EEPROM location (only the TMR0). Can I compile this program on a PIC16C620,
> if the memory is enough , without modify?

Not quite:

[1] You will need to change the code to use a register-start address of $20
   rather than $0C.

[2] If you use PORTA, you'll have to set CMCON to enable it.

Other than those details you should be okay.

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