123 PIC Microcontroller Experiments for the Evil Genius by Myke Predko

By Myke Predko

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Table 2-2 EonstantFormattingOFtionsand 5uggested Best UseE Constant Definition Fomat Best Use Decimal ## Default Value Hexadecimal 0x## RegisterCounterValues Binary 0bf#ffifrfrf Noncounrer RegislerValues '#' Human InterfaceValues ASCII while(l == 1) l'a- Ijoop Forever // { ( 0 = = ( P O R T A& ( 1 < < 3 ) ) ) PORTA = '3'// Tuln on Fou! c),I think you'll agreethat the functionand what is happeningis a lot easierto understand. i, i:? through T]hia is lh€ same program as $cconfuse. c-, but with rrore appropriately chosen constant tlata values.

When two valuesare exclusivelyORed together,eachbit in the result is loadedwith the XOR value of the corresponding bits in the rwo values(set if only one of the two parameterbits is set). Thisoperatorwill return the negatedor complementaryvalue for each bit of the singleinput parameter(invert each bit). This operatormust neverbe confusedwith the ! logicaloperator,which will be shownto invert the logicalvalue,not the bitwise value. c. When you are doing this, you shoulddisplaythe variables(i, j, and k) asbinary valuesin the Watchwindow.

A breakpoint,which forcesthe applicationto stop at a specificlocation, can alsobe put in the applicationcodeasI will showpresently. I find that this feature is bestused to illustratethe operationof basicoperating concepts. The program (subroutineor function) can be executedone step at a time by clicking |he Step In icon. If the operationof a subroutineor function is well understoodand felt to be correct or if it takesa long time to execute,clicking the S/ep Over icon will causethe simulator to execute the codein the subroutineor function at full speedand stop at the statementfollowing the call to the subroutineor function If you find yourselfin a subroutineor function that is going to executefor a while,you can StepOut of it.

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