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  1. I have been working with the SX chip for about a month now and was programming in assembly. Sometimes I come accross things that are so easy to do in assembly that it seems a burden to do (or try to do) it in C. I have been trying to use #define to help with some of this. #define rb1 rb.1 asm clr rb1 or asm clr _rb1 does not seem to work as you may do with a variable: char rb1 = 0; asm mov _rb1,w This is getting to me since I am trying to do bit manipulation. Usually in assembly coding I use: bit1 = rb.1 bit2 = rd.2 ..... clr bit1 .... jnb bit2,loop ..... movb bit1,bit2 That way if I change 'bit1' or 'bit2' to another pin or port I just change 'bit1' or 'bit2' as defined in the program. I have been looking for alternatives in manual but always hit a wall. With absolute adressing you only use char in examples. I do not want variables or to use RAM space. I also don't see how you can do a bit manipulation with that anyways. With input_pin_port_a() I can only use #'s and would have to go through the program and change all of the a's to b's if I changed ports. The only thing that I found that work as simply is: instead of: bit = rb.1 clr bit In C I used: #define bit 1 #define bit_port rb clear_bit(bit_port,bit); Of course if you supported macros I could write: #define bit_high output_high_port_b(1) #define bit_low ouput_low_port_b(1) bit_high; delay(); bit_low; I just would like something as simple as: instead of loop jnb bit,loop use while(input(bit1) != 1); I hope I made myself clear enough through all of this. Adjusting is hard at times. Can you help?
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