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[SOLVED] PIC165877 Ports using MikroC

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There is a confusion when assigning individual pins of Port.

PORTB.RB0 and PORTB.F0 both works same.

But I dont understand the term F0 What does it mean?
 

Just another #define in the header file, probably kept for legacy code. Find the header for the PIC you're using and take a look inside.
 

I think it is built in function of mikroC and it works without defining it.
 

You don't have to #define PORTB.F0, like you don't have to #define PORTB.RB0. MikroE likes to hide their inner works of their compilers, so if it's not in a header, .c or asm file, it's a precompiled lib which is then linked with your code.
 

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