Ping Pong PIC Program using Flowcode

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Ping Pong PIC Program using Flowcode

Postby SWEISS » Wed Sep 13, 2006 10:51 pm

I'm building a Ping Pong program for my final project at DeVry with a 16F84. I'm trying use Flowcode to program all five Eblock ports but only Port A and Port B are available in the drop down menus. Help!

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Postby Ian » Thu Sep 14, 2006 9:05 am

If you check the datasheet for the 16F84, and check the PIC window in Flowcode you will see that the 16F84 only has 2 ports.

To access the other ports you will need to use a larger PICmicro that has more ports on it.