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Compile The PICBASIC compiler must be run from DOS or from a DOS prompt window within Windows. I ran the PICBASIC compiler from the APPLICS directory. Make sure the wink.bas file is also in the PICBASIC directory. The PICBASIC compiler is compatible with dozens of different PIC microcontrollers. In order to compile a program for a specific microcontroller, the PICBASIC compiler needs to know which microcontroller we are using. To compile a program for the 16F84, we add -p16F84 to our pbc command. So the complete command is pbc -p16f84 wink.bas. At the DOS prompt, type in the command and hit the Enter key (see Fig. 6.7).
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The compiler displays an initialization copyright message and begins processing the BASIC source code (see Fig. 6.8). If the BASIC source code is without errors, it will create two additional files. If the compiler finds any errors, it displays a list of errors with their line numbers. Match the line numbers in the error message to the line numbers in the .bas text file to locate where the errors occurred. The errors need to be corrected before the compiler can compile the source code correctly.
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The dir command displays all the files and subdirectories within the subdirectory where it is issued. In Fig. 6.9, we can see the two additional files the compiler created. One file is the wink.asm file and is the assembler source code file that automatically initiated the macroassembler to compile the assembly code to machine language hex code. The hex code file is the second file created called wink.hex.
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6.10 EPIC programming board
Programming the PIC chip
To program the PIC chip, we connect the EPIC programming carrier board (see Fig. 6.10) to the computer. The EPIC board connects to the printer port. If your computer has only one printer port, disconnect the printer, if one is connected, and attach the EPIC programming board using a 6-foot (ft) DB25 cable. When connecting the programming board to the computer, make sure there isn t a PIC microcontroller installed in the board. If you have an alternating current (AC) adapter for the EPIC programming board, plug it into the board. If you do not have the AC adapter, attach two fresh 9-volt (9V) batteries and connect the Batt ON jumper to apply power. The programming board must be connected to the printer port with power applied to the board before running the software. If not, the software will not see the programming board connected to the printer port and will give the error message EPIC programmer not connected. When power is applied and it is connected to the printer port, the light-emitting diode (LED) on the EPIC programmer board may be on or off at this point. Do not insert a PIC microcontroller into the programming board socket until the EPIC programming software is running.
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There are two versions of the EPIC software: EPIC.exe for DOS and EPICWIN.exe for Windows. The Windows software is 32-bit. It may be used with Windows 95, 98, and NT, but not 3.X.
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