They are all explained in the MPASM helpfile - 302 isn't an error, it's just a warning to remind you that you are accessing a register not in bank zero, and to be sure you switch banks before doing so. You can turn the warnings off if you want, again it's explained in the helpfile.Six-Sixteen said:Hello
One time I came across a program in ASM that has a line read Error 302, something like that (i'm not quite sure). That program is for PIC16F84A.
Anybody can tell me what this means and the correct instruction/syntax?
Start ;label, at beginning of line MOVLW 0x55 MOVWF EECON1 ;code - first a TAB ...
Yes it is normal, if you had previously had an error log file saved, it would still be there - so it's overwritten with a blank file.Six-Sixteen said:To Exo,
Now I get no error messages. Thanks to you.
Is it normal for MPASM to always include Error log file in its compilation although there are no more error messages? This error log file is 0KB.