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1998\02\04@101119 by myke predko

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Hi Folks,

Did my (later) messages about converting a byte to hex and back again show
up (ie is the message below a bounce)?  When I look through the information
below, I can't find any instances of the piclist's mailing address.

Thanx,

myke


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Subject:      Re: Converting from a Byte to ASCII (was LFSR)
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Vassili wrote:

<SNIP my original stuff>

>Dear Myke
>For such a conversion I use look-up table.

The problems with a table look up method is that it takes a minimum of 14
cycles to do the conversion and you are looking at 23 instructions (without
regards to PCLATH or other page bits), this is compared to my method that
takes 12 cycles and 12 Instructions.  I am assuming the code would be:

 movf/swapf  TMP, w            ;  Get the High/Low Nybble
 andlw  0x00F                  ;  Isolate for the Table
 call   HextoASCII             ;  Call the Table

With HextoASCII being an "addwf PCL"/"retlw '0'"/"retlw '1'"/...

Or is there a better way of doing this?

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I like this algorithm, but I'm curious to understand why you don't write it
as:

 movwf  TMP
 btfss  TMP, 5                 ;  Skip Over if 0x030 - 0x03F
  addlw 9                      ;   Convert the lower byte to valid Hex
 andlw  0x00F

 return

This would save you one cycle/instruction, or am I missing something here?
In any case, it's a great algorithm (and definitely going into my "snippet"
folder).

>PS: recently bought your book. Have some notes. If you are interested in
>critics let me know. I then will send my notes to you privately.

Sure, I'm interested in what I can do better next time.

myke

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1998\02\04@104119 by Morgan Olsson

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At 10:08 1998-02-04 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi Folks,
>
>Did my (later) messages about converting a byte to hex and back again show
>up (ie is the message below a bounce)?  When I look through the information
>below, I can't find any instances of the piclist's mailing address.
>
>Thanx,
>
>myke
>
Yes, it did show up before.

I«ve got some messages like this myself recently. And friends of mine.
Problably there are lots of problems in internet mail nowadays.

To get copys of your own mail send "SET  PICLIST REPRO" as message to
RemoveMELISTSERVTakeThisOuTspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU. I think i«ts a good idea. See below.

Let«s not use more bandwidth on this.

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the list.  If you  do not trust  the system, send  a "SET  PICLIST REPRO"
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you can see that  the message was distributed and did  not get damaged on
the  way. After  a while  you  may find  that this  is getting  annoying,
especially if  your mail program  does not tell  you that the  message is
>from you when it  informs you that new mail has  arrived from PICLIST. If
you send  a "SET PICLIST ACK  NOREPRO" command, LISTSERV will  mail you a
short acknowledgement instead, which will  look different in your mailbox
directory. With most mail programs you will know immediately that this is
an  acknowledgement  you  can  read  later. Finally,  you  can  turn  off
acknowledgements completely with "SET PICLIST NOACK NOREPRO".
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/Morgan
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