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by dazz
Fri Jul 06, 2012 11:06 am
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Re: ICD issues on PIC16F877A

Hi canions I havent got an icd here, but can you open your hex file with PPP (its in your flowcode folder/tools.) once open ,click view ,then click config(you may need to tell ppp what chip your using) and check if the background debug is enabled, if not enable it and click ok, apply then save to fi...
by dazz
Fri Jul 06, 2012 5:07 pm
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Re: Flow Code V5 Binary Adder tutorial Not working

Hi Dave can you join the forum relating to your version of flowcode as you will get more help there, also can you post your flowchart so someone can have a look at it, also have you added the variable to the variable window, as your stepping into the program right click on add variable and double cl...
by dazz
Fri Jul 06, 2012 9:31 pm
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processing interaction with a pic

So owning an arduino as well as pics, i've came across lots of referances to a program called processing, so what is it and what does it do, in simple terms it adds interaction betwix your program and your pc, and as the arduino code is almost identical to processing they integrate seamlessly, so i ...
by dazz
Mon Jul 09, 2012 10:22 pm
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Re: Free V5 and the Arduino UNO

Glad your up and running Sven If you are going to replace the avrdude.exe rename the one in your flowcode(AVR) v5 tools AVRDUDEusb folder to avrdude.exe.bk that way you can undo your changes if it doesnt work Replace it with the one in your Arduino-1.0.1 hardware tools avr bin folder if you havent g...
by dazz
Mon Jul 09, 2012 7:57 pm
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Re: Using Arduino Hardware with Flowcode for AVR

Hi Benrouse77 Attached is the programmer file you asked for. make sure to change the com port to the one your mega is using, then try the following hold the reset button down and keep it down on the arduino mega then compile to chip, when the compiler gets to the status part , release the reset butt...
by dazz
Wed Jul 11, 2012 11:11 pm
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Re: Programming the Amicus18

Hi I dont have an amicus but have read through the amicus docs, attached is a pic that will possibly work . if you set up a new entry in the programmer options save it as amicus and then compile to chip without anything attached it loads the amicus18loader and says it cant find an amicus so it appea...
by dazz
Fri Jul 13, 2012 12:19 am
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Re: Programming the Amicus18

Hi manx man Can you add the following to the linker options (see attached pic), i think it might sort it out, been doing a bit of digging and that code you posted is for extended hex and adding the following to the boostc linker options (-hexela add it just before the last -p ) should add your line ...
by dazz
Fri Jul 13, 2012 9:13 pm
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Re: Programming the Amicus18

Thanks for letting me know

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Dazz
by dazz
Tue Jul 17, 2012 11:44 am
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Re: Flowing RGB LED example

Hi ben attached is a modified fcd ,a and 2 pic which show the extra bits added to the chip view, you will also notice that there an extra 2 pwm's in flowcode (15 and 16) copy the fcd file attached into your flowcode fcd folder, dont rename it just yet, restart flowcode and select the new chip (mega ...
by dazz
Tue Jul 17, 2012 2:15 pm
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Re: DIY Breathalyser

Hi john

Cracking project that, can you please crack open a bottle of scotch then post the results :D :lol:
by dazz
Mon Jul 23, 2012 4:46 pm
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Re: Clock config and simple code examples not working

Hi Don
Had a quick look at your code, if you change the variable pb_7 to a bool then your program seems to work as you wanted, have a look at your config settings and switch off watchdog timer

,let us know how you get on

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Dazz
by dazz
Sun Jul 08, 2012 11:40 pm
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Re: processing interaction with a pic

This time we will actualy start with the serial comms bit yup i know it's late but my brain has gone into writing mode, the first thing we need to do is import the serial libs so for now create a new sketch and paste the following at the top import processing.serial.*; now we add a port call it what...
by dazz
Sun Jul 08, 2012 5:30 pm
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Re: processing interaction with a pic

last time we finished with a few boxes, and a mouse press, this time we will make it a bit more usefull, the code below will detect if the left mouse button is pressed and react accordingly so replace the mouse pressed with the following,run the sketch and see what happens. if (mousePressed &&am...
by dazz
Thu Jul 26, 2012 7:53 pm
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Re: Problem with TRIS?

Hi not exactly what you wanted to do but have you considered port expanders, ive attached a pdf, the mcp23017 has 16 ports and can be cascaded to 8 chips which gives 128 pins, so a smaller pic can be used it comes in 2 versions i2c or spi and although you will still have lots of wires to the pins yo...
by dazz
Thu Aug 02, 2012 3:43 pm
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Re: PB with MACRO on Flowcode 5 AVR pro

Hi yann
read the attached pdf pages 8 to 10, it explains the use of the m103 fuse, from that pdf i would tick jtagen and untick m103( it a compatability mode which locks out some 128 features) let us know how you get on
doc2501.pdf


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dazz
by dazz
Fri Aug 03, 2012 12:52 pm
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Re: Best way to do nested IFs

Hi Ive changed the switch counts to tens and added a macro(as per enamuls chart, just to show that you can either add your code directly to the branch or call a macro), depending on what you need to do and how tidy you like your code to look you can use either, run it ans watch what it does, on any ...
by dazz
Thu Aug 02, 2012 8:48 pm
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Re: RPM Readout

Hi
have a look at this thread viewtopic.php?f=26&t=6623&p=15618&hilit=timer+xls#p15618 its a very good primer on timers and the xls file is brilliant, post your flowchart up as this will help others to see if there is a code issue
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Dazz
by dazz
Tue Aug 07, 2012 12:46 pm
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Re: LED string with PWM

or at a push you could use a colour copier transparency, these are heat stable up to about 225 degrees centigrade, do not use ohp ones as they will melt

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Dazz
by dazz
Wed Aug 08, 2012 7:10 pm
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Re: arduino code questions

Hi yes it is have a look at the arduino playground there will be examples on there, as for c read the manual in the source boost folder of your flowcode install and have a fiddle with that, my c stinks :lol: , also have a read of some of the fcd files and the files in the cal folder, and the compone...
by dazz
Thu Aug 09, 2012 8:55 am
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Re: arduino code questions

Hi brandon personally i love the arduino platform as like flowcode its one of those things that allow non programmers access to programing firmware on microcontrollers, and again like flowcode allows a raw beginner to be up and running in minutes, however it has its limitations. I've been trying to ...
by dazz
Wed Aug 15, 2012 11:56 am
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Re: Got a good idea for an article?

Hi bmbrown Heres a quick write up on some of your requests, The sections for posting if you have a query regarding flowcode v5 then they should be posted in the v5 forums even if there exists another sub forum for the question you need an answer to an example ie how do i add asm or c code to my proj...
by dazz
Wed Aug 15, 2012 11:12 pm
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Re: Help us choose the next Flowcode Video subject

Hi dave have a look at the attached pic the red dots are where you need to look in the help file(or in a flowchart add a calculation box, select properties, click on the question mark and it should get the correct helpfile page) , also in your flowcode v5 tools folder ,in the source boost folder is ...
by dazz
Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:13 pm
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Re: Help us choose the next Flowcode Video subject

Hi Dave

Have a look at t he sourceboost pdf as theres also an explanation in there, starts at page 48 ive attached it here

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Dazz

boostc.pdf
by dazz
Thu Aug 16, 2012 2:03 pm
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Re: Do shorter variable names result in smaller code (hex)

Hi Dave

Not sure if this helps but click on the adc component, then look at the pic below and click on the help bit arrowed and there is an explanation of read as voltage

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