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Legacy PIC assembly code errors

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john2020

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Legacy PIC code

hi all,

I inherited a bunch of legacy PIC assembly source code and am not
familiar with PIC assembly language. When I assemble it with MPASM I
get a pot full of assembly errors. The source code uses literal
labels. What seems to be causing problems are statements as follows:

LEDBUF1 = 047h
LED_1 = LEDBUF1.0

the assembler gives the following error


Error[113] : Symbol not previously defined (LEDBUF1.0)

I can't find equivalent statements in the user guide. Does anyone
know if this syntax is valid for an old assembler or third party
assembler?
 

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Re: Legacy PIC code

Hai

Did you try parellax assembler?

LED_1 = LEDBUF1.0 insted of this can you try

this one?

#def LED_1 LEDBUF1,0


LEDBUF IS A RAM location(variable) AND LED_1 is 0th bit of that variable.

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