No, no, that's simply not correct and we really need to stop confusion around this.
DEFINE is a PBP keyword and PBP is not case sensitive.
True. The "parameter" you "set" when you DEFINE...
I know you seem hesitant to make this change, but humor us and make the following change to your source code.
Change the following lines from this:
DEFINE lcd_dreg portb
DEFINE lcd_dbit 4...
Herewith there are 2 compressed files. For the same source code:
(PM.zip) has been compiled with PM assembler.
(MPASM.zip) has been compiled with MPASM assembler.
I did not realise you were using a pic12f the dt code won't work on those chips because
After you compile your test program, in the same directory as your source file there are two files that I would be interested in seeing.
1. Will have an extension of .lst
2. Will have an...
Thanks a lot for effort and sharing. I read the thread, it is similar to my case (Nothing on LCD) but it is not my problem.
For just a specified and simple program (i.e....
What version of PBP are you using?
I did not see it listed..
Sorry about that.
Seems there is no link at your post. Would you please put the link?
Have a look at this thread regarding the case sensitivity using MCS, PBP and MPASM.