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PIC timer XC8 interrupt problem

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zahwi

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It's good to see that I'm not the only one who still get caught out by ANSEL....
Why not, rub it in. It's comforting to see that you are mortal human like the rest of us.





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Ian Rogers

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It's just how it came in the original source code.
I know.... I've had a copy for years... All the tunes are wrong slightly.... I think the guy made the mistake of starting the octaves at 'g' if they started at C it would have been easier to do..
 

Nigel Goodwin

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I know.... I've had a copy for years... All the tunes are wrong slightly.... I think the guy made the mistake of starting the octaves at 'g' if they started at C it would have been easier to do..
I downloaded various other examples, a couple of which were identical to the one in the source code (and obviously where he got it from), none had octave 6 on the A#, and some didn't even have A# :D
 
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