reading and writing to an EEPROM in V6

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reading and writing to an EEPROM in V6

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I am having a really rough time converting a V5 code set to V6. In V5 there is the EEPROM function in the MISC section that I use to read, write, and monitor specific EEPROM locations that I use.
But I can't find any of that in V6. I can't figure out how to read and write to the EEPROM in a PICF88 in particular, and visually see that the data has been written to the correct location.
Would anyone be able to point me in the right direction? I have looked in the help files etc. but I am no nearer figuring it out after more than a week of trying.

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Re: reading and writing to an EEPROM in V6

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If you go to the search panel and enter EEPROM you will find it
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Thanks Qmesar, but that's not the same thing for some reason. In the V5 version you can see the value and location of the data as it is read and written to the EEPROM. If anyone has V5, look in the Misc Tools area for EEPROM to see exactly what I am looking for.

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You need to open the 'Console' window (from the 'View' menu), this will have a tab called 'eeprom1' with the contents of the eeprom.
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(You need to use the EEPROM from the storage category for this function, not the CAL version)
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Yes Kersing is correct in my original post you will see both the EEPROM functions it is only by accident that the CAL one is highlighted you should read the help file for each component which will tell you the function of each of them

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Re: reading and writing to an EEPROM in V6

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Thanks gents. That did the trick. I would never have found it without your help.

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