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Install the compiler (PICBASIC) and programming (EPIC) software according to the directions provided in their manuals. I created a directory on my computer s hard drive called APPLICS. I used the DOS path command so that I could run both the compiler and programming software from this directory. I wrote and saved all my programming text files in the APPLICS directory also. For complete software installation directions with a basic DOS commands tutorial, along with numerous PIC microcontroller applications, read my PIC Microcontroller Project Book (McGraw-Hill, New York, 2000).
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Step 1: Writing the BASIC language program
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PICBASIC programs are written using any word processor that is able to save its text file as ASCII or DOS text. Every word processor I have worked with has this option. Use the Save As command and choose MS-DOS text, DOS text, or ASCII text. The finished text file is compiled into a program by the PICBASIC compiler. If you don t own a word processor, you can use Windows Notepad, which is included with Windows 3.X, 95, and 98, to write the BASIC language source file. (In Windows, look under Accessories.) At the DOS level you can use the Edit program to write text files. When you save the file, save it with a .bas suffix. So if you were saving a program named Wink, you would save it as wink.bas.
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Step 2: Using the compiler
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The PICBASIC compiler program is started by entering the command pbc followed by the name of the text file. For example, if the text file we created is named wink.bas, then at the DOS command prompt enter
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The BASIC compiler compiles the text file and creates two additional files, an .asm (assembly language) file and a .hex (hexadecimal) file. The wink.asm file is the assembly language equivalent to the BASIC program. The wink.hex file is the machine code of the program written in hexadecimal numbers. It is the .hex file that is loaded into the PIC chip. If the compiler encounters errors when compiling the BASIC source code, it will list each error it has found along with the line number where the error is located and terminate. The errors listed need to be corrected in the BASIC source code before it will successfully compile.
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6.4 EPIC programming screen
Step 3: Programming the PIC chip
Connect the EPIC programming board to the computer s printer port using a DB25 cable. Start the DOS programming software. At a DOS command prompt, enter
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Figure 6.4 is a picture of the programming screen. Use the Open File option and select wink.hex from the files displayed in the dialog box. The file will load, and numbers will be displayed in the window on the left. Insert the 16F84 into the socket, and then press the program button. The PIC microcontroller is programmed and ready to go to work.
First BASIC program
We are ready to write our first program. Enter this program in your word processor exactly as it is written:
First BASIC program to wink two LEDs connected to port B. Loop: High 0 Low 1 Low 0 High 1 Pause 500 Goto loop End Pause 500 Turn on LED connected to pin RB0 Turn off LED connected to pin RB1 Delay for 0.5 seconds Turn on LED connected to pin RB1 Delay for 0.5 seconds Go back to loop and blink and wink LEDs @@@@@@@ &&&&&&&&& Turn off LED connected to pin RB0
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6.5 PICBASIC program text file
6.6 Saving text file
See Fig. 6.5. Save the above as a text file using the Save function under the File menu. Name the file wink.bas (see Fig. 6.6). If by accident you saved the file as wink.txt, don t get discouraged. You can do a Save As from the Edit program (under the File menu) and rename the file wink.bas.
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