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Thread: Will 'btfss RXREG, n' make 16F628 USART RGREG as read?
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Alan B. Pearce wrote:
> Umm, yes, that is why a bit operation on a Port register can have
> weird side effects on other bits. The whole byte is read, the bit
> checked, and then the whole byte is written back.

Really?  I didn't think there was a write back for BTFSx.  I also don't
remember hearing or of bumping into a BTFSx problem on port bits, which I
thought was because there is no write back.


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