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posted on 2016/12/15 02:49:57 PM CET
The university has a custom microcontroller that is to be programmed. (It is actually only an implementation, running on top of a Xilinx Spartan-3A FPGA, but for all purposes at hand, it works as an MCU.) It has its own architecture and list of instructions which does not equal any real-life MCU available in the software.
How difficult would it be to add the architecture to one of your software (such as mikroBasic)? Documentation is available - I certainly could write an interpreter for it (I did...), but not an (optimizing) compiler. Could this be done by me? If not, by you? I looked at the data that mikroBasic stores about various devices and it looks like something that's not meant to be modified by the end user.
Thank you in advance
posted on 2015/11/20 07:15:50 PM CET
posted on 2015/08/04 04:35:45 PM CEST
posted on 2015/04/13 02:52:28 PM CEST
I am trying to get UART and I2C work on PIC16F1618 and PIC16F1708, one at a time.
I could not get it working on pic16f1618, so I tried on pic16f1708. but couldn't get it working on that either.
I have worked on hardware uart with pic18f45k22..
I need sample code for hardware UART, hardware I2C and software I2C.
I am using "MikroC for PIC", which has all the libraries built in, but somehow they aren't working for me., or I am doing something wrong this time. I got software UART working, but not hardware UART, hardware I2C and software I2C.
Also, I don't know how to use "remappable" functions.
I will be very grateful if someone can post a sample code for the above mentioned PICs.
posted on 2014/10/08 06:18:07 AM CEST