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Space Varmint

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I'm using version 8.36 and I cannot figure out how to wire out large strings of data in program memory. I want to use some old setup code and dispose of the rest to create my new file starter.

Thanks guys :)
 

Space Varmint

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Straight assembler. I usually do my own source code in a separate file. So I type in either the mnemonic or the machine code. It's quicker for me. So what I want to do is designate a string start address and fill blocks of memory with all highs like 3FFF.
 

Nigel Goodwin

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Straight assembler. I usually do my own source code in a separate file. So I type in either the mnemonic or the machine code. It's quicker for me. So what I want to do is designate a string start address and fill blocks of memory with all highs like 3FFF.

A blank 14 bit PIC is all 3FFF anyway, no need to write it - but the helpfile explains how to set blocks of memory (such as EEPROM data memory).
 

Space Varmint

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A blank 14 bit PIC is all 3FFF anyway, no need to write it - but the helpfile explains how to set blocks of memory (such as EEPROM data memory).

I must not be using the correct search option. I found nothing. I tried, "sting", "replace" which did single address etc.
 
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