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Please expalin what is debug mode 0?

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I am using gsm module to interface with microcontrolle and using PIC Basic Pro compiler. i set the debug mode as 0 in PIC Basic PRo and everything is working fine.Command entered was (DEFINE DEBUG_MODE 0). I just don't understand what is the debug mode actually is? please guide me.. tq
 

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In PIC Basic Pro compiler DEBUG is one of several built-in asynchronous serial functions. It is the smallest of the software generated serial routines. It can be used to send debugging information (variables, program position markers, etc.) to a terminal program like Hyperterm. It can also be used anytime serial output is desired on a fixed pin at a fixed baud rate.

In very simple words, DEBUG is an asynchronous serial output to fixed pin and baud with mode 0 denotig True while mode 1 denoting Inverted. So in your case, you dont use inverted TTL.
 

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