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1995\12\29@021056 by Aigars Jaundalders

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Hi everyone,

I have subscribed to this list only 2 days ago because I have some
difficulties with PICs.

First of all, could anyone kindly tell me where I can obtain the complete
description of PICs' Assembler. I have already one, but it is pirate
version and it is missing 4 chapters (about mnemonics).

Another point is, can you tell me how I can rearrange the code for
16C84 which uses for I/O pin 13 in the way to make them use pin 7.

Many code have only programm area but do not have EEPROM. What should I
do in order to make these code working?

Thank you for any info in advance,

Best regards,
Aigars Jaundalders.

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1995\12\29@184654 by Myke Predko

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>Hi everyone...
> First of all, could anyone kindly tell me where I can obtain the complete
>description of PICs' Assembler....

Contact MicroChip Directly (http://www.ultranet.com/biz/mchip).  If they
can't send you docs directly, they will point you to the local distributor
of their parts and you can order it from them.  Actually, I think they
monitor this discussion list, so they may have information for you directly.


> Another point is, can you tell me how I can rearrange the code for
>16C84 which uses for I/O pin 13 in the way to make them use pin 7.

This is application Specific, on the 'C84, Pin 13 is RB7 and you want to use
RB0, there are many ways of changing a pin's value.  You'll have to read
through the code and see if you can change how the pin is used.

> Many code have only programm area but do not have EEPROM. What should I
>do in order to make these code working?

I don't understand your question, if you are asking how to use the 64 bytes
of EEPROM Memory on the chip, you're best at contacting MicroChip and
getting the documentation to do it.  I've only played around with it.  This
is NOT Program memory and is best for data which you may look up from time
to time.

Myke

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