l Curtis Bennett
Okay, this is probably a stupid question, but I was
wondering how to set the config bits (for a 16c84 --
doesn't matter which, just the general idea).
In the Microchip data book, it says that they are
set via a 'special mode' during programming.
Does this mean you set them manually while using a
programmer? Or can/do you set them in the source
(I know this is MUCH easier than it seems...)
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They can be set using the programmers front end software or by using the
following in you source code:
__CONFIG _XT_OSC & _WDT_ON & _PWRTE_OFF & _CP_OFF
This will be compiled into your hex file & any intelligent programmer will
pick it up.
At 07:09 AM 04/03/1997 +0200, you wrote:
>They can be set using the programmers front end software or by using the
>following in you source code:
> __CONFIG _XT_OSC & _WDT_ON & _PWRTE_OFF & _CP_OFF
>This will be compiled into your hex file & any intelligent programmer will
>pick it up.
All except ICE Technologies in England. I now have a $1500 MM1000 boat
anchor in regards to PIC programming. Their advertising literature spoke of
upgradability so I bought into that. Seems now that they were busy
designing a newer non-compatible version while selling off the older one.
Guess what? They only support the new unit new device upgrades. Wouldn't
recomend that company to anyone.
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