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Ian Smith

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  1. I want to do this.... unsigned char ar[8] = { 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 }; unsigned char index = 5; unsigned char nbit = 3; ar[index].nbit = 1; But this gives a compile error. I also tried... (*(ar+index)).nbit = 1; ...but with the same lack of results. Is it not possible to get quick access to bits in an array? They seem to be treated differently than just a single variable. -- Ian Smith
  2. Success! I ran into a 'bug' in the PIC part itself. I found the solution here: http://forum.microchip.com/fb.aspx?m=306403 The 16F88 and a few other chips become unprogrammable if you use MCLR as an IO pin, you use the internal osc, and you set TIMER1 to use the internal osc as a clock source. If you do all three, you can no longer program the part. The post gives the solution to recovering the chips.
  3. Ahh... that could be it. I assume the PICkit2 is low voltage only? I have a Warp-13 that has never worked quite right. It uses the same pins to program, so it's low voltage as well? Is there any way to reset the PICs back to blank so they can be used again?
  4. Not really a C question.. but... I have been using the free version of SourceBoost C to play around and had it working for a few attempts, but the I seem to have done something bad with my config fuses because after programming the chips, they can't be read or written to anymore. I have two programmers, the latest a PICkit2 does not even see the 16F88 after it's been programmed. Suspecteding the fuses, I changed them to 3FFF 0000 with the same exact code, and that programms correctly and leaves me with a chip I can continue to read and write flash data to. Here is what I was using
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