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NO NO here is the file of idx. actully it creating .hex file but also saying ensure bank.
make -f nbproject/Makefile-default.mk SUBPROJECTS= .build-conf
make: Entering directory `D:/MPLABX/Projects/My COMSATS LCD.X'
make -f nbproject/Makefile-default.mk...
actually i know this.
i want to demonstrait complere 16F72 instruction in .asm . so i decide to use portb equ xxx. but u r right. so thank u so much.
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What is the danger if i dont select banks? can iaccess register...
Is below is authentic coding?
i dont want to use compiler instructions and dont want to select banks here and there so i directly use the address of register location? or i should need to use bank selection?
clrf 0x9f ;all digital input output
clrf 0x86 ;tricb...
thats mean i couldn't understand the DMA article on wikipedia? and i write wrong in my blog. please read once the above html link . In clear words DMA or direct memory access is the technology of loading data into the ram from cd rom / dvd rom or hard disk or sending data to these...
i cant understand you mean DMA or direct memory access is a link between RAM and hard disk?
But i think it is link between processor and memory devices like hard disk . And with the help of the DMA the processor can directly modify data on the hard disk with out involving ram?
I think the processor can directly read the data from the hard disk , modify the data and again write it to the hard directly with out the involving of the ram with the help of direct memory access? Am i right?
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is PIC 16F72 pin No. 8 and 19 connected internally or i need to connect them both to negative? If they are connected internally can i use one of these pins as negative power supply for other devices or ic in circuit?
Re: Three questions from univeristy professor that i have answered tomorrow?
You mean the question of my question no. 3 is index.dat file? Can you plz tells me the exact location of this file in windows computer?
I am still not able to get answer of my 2nd question why i cant modify a file...