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by kersing
Wed Aug 01, 2018 2:02 am
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Re: Adding control codes to a string

Control codes like \n and \r need to be inside the quotes. Adding \0 will terminate the string at that point, any characters beyond will be ignored, so avoid adding it before other control characters.
by medelec35
Tue Jul 31, 2018 7:16 pm
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Re: Injector and RS232 simulation

Thank you crispin12, it's really appreciated. I'm glad it works brilliantly If you would like to learn about anything in particular then let me know and I can assist you further. When you say custom, I assume you're referring to: Sim Icon.png ? If so that's for simulation . I got the idea from Benj'...
by Benj
Wed Aug 01, 2018 5:59 pm
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Re: Strange compiler warning when WDT disabled

Hello, Please go into the Build -> Project Options Menu and click on the Configure tab. Under Watchdog Postscaler ensure that the value looks valid. If it's just a number there then it's not got a valid value from the list. Problem config entry ConfigProb1.jpg Ok config entry ConfigProb2.jpg Hope th...
by medelec35
Thu Aug 02, 2018 4:05 pm
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Re: Microchip's __EPROM_DATA macro statement

Hi crispin12,
Yes, what you stated is indeed correct.
The EEPROM Values embedded during programming will remain until they are changed.
Once changed, the EEPROM value will remain the changed EEPROM value, even after power is removed then restored.
by kersing
Thu Aug 02, 2018 5:05 pm
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Re: Microchip's __EPROM_DATA macro statement

So if the program, when running, later changes some of the EEPROM values, AND I later reboot/repower the chip, the EEPROM values in the chip will be the later values NOT the values from the __EEPROM_DATA statements. Reset/repower will not rewrite the values, so you will read what has been written l...
by Benj
Fri Aug 03, 2018 3:55 pm
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Re: Microchip's __EPROM_DATA macro statement

Hello, If you never read the EEPROM value then why do you need it to be programmed ;) It's basically just the way Flowcode components work, if you don't call any of their functions then they don't generate any code. You can always call the function inside the yes branch of an decision icon with the ...