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2020/12/02 17:37:38 (permalink)
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Pic18F26Q10

I can´t find the information in the data sheet
 
For many instructions , there are  ,d ,a   but  they are marked as optional { }
Data sheet states:
RAM access bit (page 626)
a = 0: RAM location in Access RAM (BSR register is ignored)
a = 1: RAM bank is specified by BSR register
Example 32-1  for A/D in assembler, page 557  , there is not any " ,a"  
    BANKSEL ADCON1
    clrf ADCON1            ; I guess it need    ,1    for using selected BSR
    clrf ADCON2
I am asking: What happen when using the option and no place " ,a "  value 0 or 1

I will apreciate any help
 
Regards, Osvaldo Hojvat
 
*** I placed this question inside other post - 8bits microcontrollers
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    upand_at_them
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    Re: Pic18F26Q10 2020/12/02 19:03:50 (permalink)
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    As noted in your other thread, the "default" feature is a behavior of the compiler.  The PIC device doesn't know anything about instruction defaults.  It is the compilers job to interpret your program and produce code that the PIC can execute.  So this information will never be in the PIC device datasheet.
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    Re: Pic18F26Q10 2020/12/02 19:13:19 (permalink)
    +2 (2)
    Duplicate thread, go to: https://www.microchip.com/forums/FindPost/1159302
     
    Why are you opening a new thread on the same subject that have already got answers?
    You should rather continue the discussion, with follow-up questions, in the other thread,
    where context is already explained.
     
    Do Not open duplicate threads in different subforums of Microchip Forum.
    Most members that might be bothered with answering, will notice messages in any subforum,
    and duplicates just cause confusion and annoyed members.
     
    Also, Microchip documentation writers do not read the user forum,
    so if you want to bring this to the attention of Microchip officially,
    it will be better to file a support case with Microchip support:
    www.microchip.com/support
     
        Mysil
    post edited by Mysil - 2020/12/02 19:18:03
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    OsvaldoH
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    Re: Pic18F26Q10 2020/12/03 10:55:35 (permalink)
    +1 (1)
    Sorry for this matter
     
    Several hours from my first post, I have not received notifications in my email
    Later I have some few ones.  
     
    Now I see some notifications are in the spam folder
     
    Now I am aware to look at in the post for answers
     
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    I write the duplicated post, and after that I saw the answers in the first one !
     
    I didn´t know how to close or erase a post.
    Please tell me how to do it or were is this information available
     
    Regards, Osvaldo Hojvat
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    Re: Pic18F26Q10 2020/12/03 11:26:47 (permalink)
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    Forum tip: If you click on your username (top right) you can see your Profile including a list of all the topics you have started. If the "last update" isn't from you then someone's replied
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    Re: Pic18F26Q10 2020/12/03 11:43:33 (permalink)
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    Thak you for the tip
     
    If I regret having written a post, how can I close or delete it?
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    Re: Pic18F26Q10 2020/12/03 12:33:06 (permalink)
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    If I regret having written a post, how can I close or delete it?

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