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  1. Hi, I am using boostC with MplabX for PIC18F67K22. I have tried to : 1. Use fixed address like " int x@0x100" . This has worked for me previously in Mplab. Do I need to include any libraries to make this work in MplabX? 2. When I add an interrupt service routine as instructed in the boosC manual " void interrupt ( ) " the compiler shows error on all code lines in the isr. it does not see it as an interrupt. Is there a particular way to declare this in the MplabX environment? 3. Even when I include the "string.h" directive, the string length function "strlen(string)" is not re
  2. BoostC Special function: void interrupt(void) Makes MPLAB X IDE v1.20 come up with the following warning: unexpected token: ( I've currently using BoostC v7.10 and 64 bit windows 7.
  3. Hi everyone. I hope this finds you well. This is my first project with BoostC so please be gentle with me … my comfort zone has always been assembly language, when it comes to PIC … all right, let me explain what I'm trying to do … first of all, the PIC I'm using for this project is the PIC16F877A. to drive 2 stepper motors I am using the compare module in conjunction with the TMR0; due to the 19.66 MHz crystal oscillator I have to use, TMR0 must overflow 4x times to get a 40ms period. meanwhile, the compare module will clear RC1 and RC2 when TMR1 reaches the value store in CCPRxH:CCPRx
  4. Hi everyone. I hope this finds you well. This is my first project with BoostC so please be gentle with me … my comfort zone has always been assembly language, when it comes to PIC … all right, let me explain what I'm trying to do … first of all, the PIC I'm using for this project is the PIC16F877A. to drive 2 stepper motors I am using the compare module in conjunction with the TMR0; due to the 19.66 MHz crystal oscillator I have to use, TMR0 must overflow 4x times to get a 40ms period. meanwhile, the compare module will clear RC1 and RC2 when TMR1 reaches the value store in CCPRxH:CCPRx
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