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    Default Using parity

    Can the parity be used for error checking? If so how can it be implemented? There is nothing that I can find in the PBP manual.

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    You can add a ParityLabel that it will jump to if an incoming byte has a parity error.

    It's in the manual under both HSERIN and SERIN2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darrel Taylor View Post
    You can add a ParityLabel that it will jump to if an incoming byte has a parity error.

    It's in the manual under both HSERIN and SERIN2.
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    Perfect. I'm already using Serin2 with inverted serial out. Looks to be just a simple modification.
    Thanks.

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