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One of the biggest differences between the PIC microcontroller and other microcontrollers is the con guration fuse register. This register is de ned differently for each PIC microcontroller part number and contains operating information, including:
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These fuses are speci ed in the source le using the __CONFIG directive. This directive takes the bit value of its single parameter and stores it at the con guration fuse register address. For the mid-range devices, this is address 0x02007. So the statement:
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stores the value 0x01234 at address 0x02007. This statement is equivalent to:
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The fuse values and states are de ned in the PIC microcontroller include (.inc) le. As I have indicated elsewhere, when you begin working with a PIC microcontroller device you should understand what the con guration options are and make sure that you include all of these options in your __CONFIG statement. When specifying con guration fuse values from the include le, each parameter should be ANDed together. This way any reset bits will be combined to produce the value that is loaded into the con guration fuse register. In the minimum application, which uses the PIC16F84, there are four con guration fuses you should be aware of:
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In this application, I want to use some fairly typical settings: the crystal oscillator (_XT_OSC), no watchdog timer enabled (_WDT_OFF), the power-up timer enabled (_PWRTE_ON), and no program memory code protection (_CP_OFF). To combine these settings into a single value for the con guration fuses, I add the statement:
__CONFIG _XT_OSC & _WDT_OFF & _PWRTE_ON & _CP_OFF
to the application code, which changes it to:
include p16F84.inc __CONFIG _XT_OSC & _WDT_OFF & _PWRTE_ON & _CP_OFF org 0 clrf PORTB bsf STATUS, RP0 clrf TRISB ^ 80 bcf STATUS, RP0
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When MPASM executes, the default numbering system is hexadecimal (base 16). Personally, I prefer working in a base 10 (decimal) numbering system, so I change the radix (which speci es the default numbering system base). This is done using the LIST directive. The LIST directive is used to enable or disable listing of the source le or specify operating parameters for the assembler. In all applications, I add the LIST R=DEC statement, which changes the default number base to base 10 rather than base 16. After adding it to minimum.asm, all values have to be checked to be in the correct base. The immediate value XORed with the address of TRISB will have to be changed to be explicitly speci ed as hex (using the 0x pre x):
LIST R=DEC include p16F84.inc __CONFIG _XT_OSC & _WDT_OFF & _PWRTE_ON & _CP_OFF org 0 clrf PORTB bsf STATUS, RP0 clrf TRISB ^ 0x080 bcf STATUS, RP0 goto $ end
With all this done in the interests of making the source code easier to read and understand, when you look over what I ve done to the source, I sure haven t made it that much easier to gure out what it is done by just looking at. Adding comments to the source will make the application much easier to understand. Comments will explain what the application does, who is the author, what changes have been made, and what the code is doing. A semicolon (;) is used to indicate that the text to the right is to be ignored by the application and is just for the application author s use. After adding comments to the application, it looks like this:
; minimum.asm - A simple Application that turns on the LEDs that are ; connected to all the PORTB Pins. ; Author: Myke Predko ; 00.01.06 LIST R=DEC include p16F84.inc _CONFIG _XT_OSC & _WDT_OFF & _PWRTE_ON & _CP_OFF org 0 clrf PORTB ; LED is ON when Port Bit is Low bsf STATUS, RP0 clrf TRISB ^ 0x080 ; Enable all of PORTB for Output bcf STATUS, RP0 goto $ ; When done, Loop forever end
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