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Thread: Is Wordpad or Notepad ASCII compatible?
picon face BY : Martin R. Green email (remove spam text)

Either wordpad or notepad will produce the plain ASCII source that MPASM
needs, but if you are using Win95, why not use MPLAB, which has a "smart"
editor built in?

If you must use an external editor (Multi-Edit is the one I use) and you
want something free, try PFE (Programmer's File Editor), which a lot of
programmer's swear by.

CIAO - Martin R. Green

From:   Eric van Es[SMTP:RemoveMEvanesEraseMEspamspamILINK.NIS.ZA]
Sent:   Wednesday, September 10, 1997 4:24 PM
To:     TakeThisOuTPICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@mitvma.mit.edu
Subject:        [OT] Is Wordpad or Notepad ASCII compatible?

Hi guys

I've always used the dos editor to write my source code in asm

Can I use Win95's Wordpad or Notepad to generate the ASCII file that
MPASM needs?


Eric van Es               | Cape Town, South Africa
vanesTakeThisOuTspamilink.nis.za | http://www.nis.za/~vanes

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