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    Default Initial EEPROM data

    It would be nice to be able to set up initial on-chip EEPROM data like the Picaxe.

    something like:

    DATA @00 "Bla bla bla"
    DATA @11 "More bla bla"

    Rather than a separate line for every value.


    Some more Human verification questions for the forum would also be nice.
    Then we can all get an education as well.
    "What colour is a ripe tomato?" I'd ditch these boring kind though.

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    And what would be even better is if you could add a Label to it to make it easy to find.
    Code:
    DATA @0
    BlaBla  DATA  "Bla bla bla",0
    MoreBla DATA  "More bla bla",0
    Then you could ...
    Code:
    Idx = BlaBla : GOSUB PrintStr
    Idx = MoreBla : GOSUB PrintStr
    
    PrintStr:
        READ Idx, Char
        IF Char != 0 THEN
            LCDOUT Char
            Idx = Idx + 1
            GOTO PrintStr
        ENDIF
    RETURN
    Your wish is granted.
    And the update has been magically downloaded to everyone's PicBasic Pro installation.
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    DT

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    Oh, that was prompt
    I'll check next time I write something.

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