Well actually, If you were to put a scope on the led pin you should see it toggling with a period of 50 Milliseconds while the push button is being pressed. I assume you have a pullup resistor...
I've chosen the 16F676 for size and cost and it also has an ADC which I also need. I need to use all the I/Os and I need to use PORTA.3 (MCLR) as a digital input to be used with a button. The "big"...
That's just weird, selecting No and None in the Internal Oscillator column of the product selector produced the above list. Checking the 16F818 does indeed show it's got internal oscillator.
I have used both the pic16f818 and 819 which are in the list. Both have internal oscillators to 8mhz.
Microchip has one of the worst website/search engines out there.
You screen shot shows 300 baud, that is why I gave the example that I did.
Now I notice you code a schematic showing 2400 baud.....
Ok, here is the result in a program.
I’ve yet to reverse the direction of the existing effects which I would like to do.
Actually, according to the product selector on Microchips website only 18 out of around 375 models (which are in production) is missing an internal oscillator of one type or another. They are:
I must admit I'm surprised that it doesn't have a built in oscillator. Thought that all pics had that ??
Yes rather a drag :D I had the character map from a data sheet printed,
and hand drew them all into an online custom character generator to get the byte values for each line.
I didn’t bother with...
It must have been a drag to create the character map.
I assume you used the custom character feature of the controller?