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  1. #include <system.h> typedef unsigned char uchar; void main() { uchar j=20; uchar i = (j/10); } Compiling the little snipet above under mplabx, it return errors like this: Error: Unresolved external function:'__div_8_8(unsigned char,unsigned char)' depending of the evaluated expression the error could be: Error: Unresolved external function:'__div_16_16(unsigned char,unsigned char)' Surprinsingly, the same not happens to 16/32 bit multiplications. The solution is to include libc.pic16.lib or libc.pic18.lib, depending the pic family we are using. This could be done, under mplabx/File/Project Properties. Now in the Project Properties Window, select Libraries and Add Library/Object File, choose <libc.pic1x.lib> and thats it. Alternately, it can be done following the procedure above but picking Linker instead Libraries and add <libc.pic1x.lib> in the Additional Options. P.S. the same procedure works with floats.
  2. Hello. I use UBUNTU (LINUX) as an OS and run, using wine, MPLAB IDE 8.5 with a licensed SourceBoost v.6.95 This works fine but is a little slow. No, since Microchip lanced the MPLAB X IDE there is also a version for LINUX and I red that SourceBoost v.7.05 has the drivers to run the program with the new environment. Does this works also on a LINUX (UBUNTU) without fiddling with wine, and did someone install it successfully? ( I can't find any topics). Thanks Martin
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