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How to get into simulator IDE V3.35 from my asm file

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2019/08/12 06:20:44 (permalink)
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How to get into simulator IDE V3.35 from my asm file

Freinds i have MPlabx ide v3.35 version in my pc, i have written some programs in Assembly langauge for (16F1828) device. The hardware is working well and in some portion of Hex to BCD i am finding a problem. Build is successful. I am unable to get into the simulator for step by step execution of that portion. Can anybody suggest as to how to get into the simulator for step by step execution of program. The menu at the IDE is confusing. I unable find help for simulator on internet or on you tube. Thanks for help in advance

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    Re: How to get into simulator IDE V3.35 from my asm file 2019/08/12 06:25:34 (permalink)
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    In general, you would edit the project properties to select "Simulator" as the debugging tool, then start a debug session via the "Debug" menu.
    I'm just going on memory, as version 3.35 is so old. Why aren't you using the current version of MPLABX?
     

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    Re: How to get into simulator IDE V3.35 from my asm file 2019/08/12 07:17:13 (permalink)
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    If you want to use an old IDE, you might be better off using the MPLAB v8.92.  At least it has better supports for assembly programs, and it does support your PIC device. ;)
     
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