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    Thanks Ricky!
    Now I have the ASM. Holy crap there's a lot in there.
    It's the cake having/eating thing.

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    Thanks Ricky!
    Now I have the ASM. Holy crap there's a lot in there.


    You are welcome...

    Muhahaha did you expect a few lines of code? Dont worry you will get used to it, welcome to PIC

    Check www.piclist.com theres lots of nice routines in there...ASM only stuff.

    You be surprised how long and complicated a simple maths routine is ASM can be

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky327
    Thanks Ricky!
    Now I have the ASM. Holy crap there's a lot in there.


    You are welcome...

    Muhahaha did you expect a few lines of code? Dont worry you will get used to it, welcome to PIC

    Check www.piclist.com theres lots of nice routines in there...ASM only stuff.

    You be surprised how long and complicated a simple maths routine is ASM can be
    I was just watching it run in MPLAB.
    It's the cake having/eating thing.

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    Here you go

    servo5 asm
    servo5 bas

    The program was created in picbasic. The complete code space was used so any additions will require functions to be removed or a PIC with more code space.

    Have fun

    Sproggy

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    Get a servo from a hobby shop and some linkages that they have there for radio controlled airplanes. You could whip up something pretty easy that way. The servo will work great and easier to use.
    Check out my hopefully useful site...

    www.hobbybotics.com

    It's still under design but it is functional

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    Quote Originally Posted by sproggy
    Here you go

    servo5 asm
    servo5 bas

    The program was created in picbasic. The complete code space was used so any additions will require functions to be removed or a PIC with more code space.

    Have fun

    Sproggy
    Thanks, sproggy.
    It's the cake having/eating thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky327
    Thanks Ricky!
    Now I have the ASM. Holy crap there's a lot in there.


    You are welcome...

    Muhahaha did you expect a few lines of code? Dont worry you will get used to it, welcome to PIC

    Check www.piclist.com theres lots of nice routines in there...ASM only stuff.

    You be surprised how long and complicated a simple maths routine is ASM can be
    I tried the link, it will not open for me. Maybe the site is down. I tried a few times yesterday and again today. Could someone try it for me?
    It's the cake having/eating thing.

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    more mods, the link works fine for me. I tried it last night and right now, it opened up just fine.
    Installed
    Asus A7N8X-VM - AMD Mobile Athlon 2400
    512 Ram - 60GB HD - Opus 150w
    Lilliput 7" - Rikaline 6010
    [00000000000001100010-] 98% Completed

    Check Out My Install!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quattro-A4
    more mods, the link works fine for me. I tried it last night and right now, it opened up just fine.
    Well after a few hour on the phone with my isp (I think they must have tried about eveything), then I installing netscape and firefox (thinking it might be a IE problem), I still cant open this site. Anyone have an idea why?
    It's the cake having/eating thing.

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    It working here, right now as I type.

    Try this page :

    http://www.piclist.com/techref/microchip/routines.htm

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