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Thread: ds30F demo program
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Wouter van Ooijen wrote:

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Although I might agree (just on general principles -- I think that
periodic flagellation builds character) there might be something in
their defense.  The ds30F2010 represents one group of chips (2010, 2011,
3010, 4012, 3011, 4011 and 6010), while the ds30F3013 represents another
group of chips (2011,3012,2012,3013,5011,5012,6011,6012,5013,6013 and
6014).  The templates provided by Microsoft with MPASM have one template
for one family, and a second template for the other family.  (The 2011
shows up in both templates but that is clearly an error).

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