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Thread: Using Microchip's Floating Point Library with SCENIX
face BY : Thomas Robert de Massy email (remove spam text)

   I would like to know if someone has already used Microchip's IEEE 754
compliant Floating point library (AN575) in a SCENIX SX28AC ? what's the
best way to make the library SCENIX compatible ? I planned to convert
instruction by instruction to the SCENIX syntax, but I was wondering if
there's a program that can convert code from PIC to SX. Or could it be
possible to compile the library using a PIC assembler and get and object
file usable in a SCENIX program (since the SX is PIC instruction compatible)
Do you have any suggestion ? or an already converted library.

I also plan to use the Floating Point routines library.

Thanks in advance

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