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What is the different between INTCON2 =0b0000.0000; and INTCON2 =0b00000000;?

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masoud23

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Hi
I see this code in a program (not mine) :
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INTCON2 =0b0000.0000;
I know that INTCON2 stands for “INTERRUPT CONTROL REGISTER 2” and here we are setting the registers 8 bits. But what is the different between INTCON2 =0b0000.0000; and INTCON2 =0b00000000;? Dose INTCON2 =0; means the same but in decimal.

Tanks in advance
 

Mickster

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@Ian,
dunno if you are still having problems, but 3v0's link is working for me.
 

be80be

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Jalv2 uses this 0b0000.0000 so does some of the pascal compilers

Lower nibble and upper nibble 0b0000.0000
 
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