Are these errors in the PBP manual?


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    p27 4.12 "or the single quote (>) - shouldn't this be (')?
    p85 5.33 LCDOUT contd "The schematic shows one way to connect an LCD using the defaults" and below this
    DEFINE LCD_DREG PORTB ... (and all the others) as used for data (also Define is supposed to be in upper case - see first line on p 28)
    but this is in conflict with drawing on p84 shows RA as Data lines

    p120 part of SERIN2 look at the DEFINE SER2_BITS x and look at the comments of the lower block - I could be wrong but this doesn't seem right shouldn't it be 5,6,7,8,9 in the lower block?

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    You must be looking at a very old manual.
    None of the errors you mention are in the current On-Line version.

    http://www.melabs.com/downloads/pbpm304.pdf
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    Default PBP Manual

    For PBP v2.46 and up the words "userin" and "userout" are reserved words, but are not listed in the manual.

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    Thanks Darrel - I downloaded it - I must say they keep it well hidden!

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