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How Do I Set Cmcom To 7 In Basic

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I have my program running now.

 

I am missing a lot. Is there a manual to get a better idea on setting up a chip. Like the 12F675?

 

I can not figure out the #pragma to get INTOSC to no clock in or how to set the ADC to I/O. Has anyone done this?

I am doing it now via my programmer. I would like to use the ICD2, but will live.

 

I have the clock set to 4000000 but the LED it way to fast.

 

So I am looking for a sample program to initialize a 12F675?

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mramos,

I have my program running now.

 

I am missing a lot. Is there a manual to get a better idea on setting up a chip. Like the 12F675?

 

I can not figure out the #pragma to get INTOSC to no clock in or how to set the ADC to I/O. Has anyone done this?

I am doing it now via my programmer. I would like to use the ICD2, but will live.

 

I have the clock set to 4000000 but the LED it way to fast.

 

So I am looking for a sample program to initialize a 12F675?

 

cmcon = 7

 

Regards

Dave

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mramos,
I have my program running now.

 

I am missing a lot. Is there a manual to get a better idea on setting up a chip. Like the 12F675?

 

I can not figure out the #pragma to get INTOSC to no clock in or how to set the ADC to I/O. Has anyone done this?

I am doing it now via my programmer. I would like to use the ICD2, but will live.

 

I have the clock set to 4000000 but the LED it way to fast.

 

So I am looking for a sample program to initialize a 12F675?

 

cmcon = 7

 

 

Sorry to waste that question. I had cmcom=7, fixed the typo.

 

Any list of the #pragma data commands.

 

I am trying to set int_RC_noclockout. And the speeds. Using config=00000000000b (my 14 bits) did not let me do it either.

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