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Options Compiler Options Compiler Chip. In that case there are no zip files and you can continue without unzipping. In that case the files are unzipped already too.
International Resellers The commercial edition comes with a license file in the form of a dll. EXE is located. When explorer does not show this file, you must set the Supported Programmers option in explorer to view system files because a DLL is a system file. In this case you must rename the number into DLL. EXE file. If you have questions, remarks or suggestions please let us know.
When you are using the DEMO you don't need to worry about the license file. You can contact us by sending an email to avr mcselec.
For info on updates : please read the readme. EXE by double clicking on it in explorer. Or from the DOS command prompt. MCS Electronics may update this documentation without notice. The following window will appear: Products specification and usage may change accordingly.
All software provided with this product package is provided ' AS IS' without any warranty expressed or implied. MCS Electronics will not be liable for any damages, costs or loss of profits arising from the usage of this product package. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, for any purpose, without written permission of MCS Electronics. Copyright MCS Electronics.
All rights reserved. After reading the information, click the Next button. Now the following window appears:. Fill in your name and company name. The following license info window will appear: Click the Next button to continue.
Read the license agreement and click the Y es button when you agree. A window with additional information is then displayed. This information will be installed as a readme. It also contains the password needed to unzip updates. Select the Browse button to change the directory path if required.
After selecting the installation directory, click the Next button. When the installation is completed you must click the Finish-button, and restart Windows. By default, a new program group named MCS Electronics will be made. A sub directory named LIB contains the Library files. After selecting the group, click the Next button to continue. A summary will be shown. You may go back and change your settings. This option creates a new window in which you will write your program.
The following window will appear. If this is your first run, the edit window will be empty. The focus is set to the new window. The most-recently opened file will be loaded. File Open File Close With this option you can load an existing program from disk.
Close the current program. Therefore, if you want to load a file that was made When you have made changes to the program, you will be asked to save the program first. This should only be necessary when loading files made with another editor. With this option, you can save your current program to disk under a different file name. If the program was created with the File New option, you will be asked to name the file first.
Use the File Save As option to give the file an other name. File save as shortcut :. With this option, you can print the current program. Note that the current program is the program that has the focus. With this option, you can undo the last text manipulation. With this option, you can cut selected text into the clipboard. W i t h this option, you can paste text from the clipboard into the current cursor position. With this option, you can search for the last specified search item. Text at the cursor position will be placed in the find dialog box.
With this option, you can immediately go to a line. Bookmark option. With this option, you can un-indent a block. With this option, your program is checked for syntax errors. No file will be created except for an Your program will be saved automatically before being compiled. The following files will be created depending on the Option Compiler Settings.
Also needed by the internal simulator. If a serious error occurs, you will receive an error message in a dialog box and the compilation will end. All other errors will be displayed at the bottom above the status bar. When you click on the line with the error info, you will jump to the line that contains the error. The margin will also display the sign. At the next compilation, the error window will disappear.
Stack start The location in memory, where the hardware stack points to. The HW-stack pointer grows down. S -Stackstart The location in memory where the software stack pointer point s to. The software stack pointer grows down. After the line is executed the simulator wi ll be in the pause state.
With this option, you can simulate your program. The simulator will RUN to the current line. The line must contain executable code. Program Simulate shortcut : , F2. This button will show the register window. The DBG file contains info about variables and many other info needed to simulate a program.
The values are show in hexadecimal format. To change a value click the cell of the Val column and type the new value. This is the IO button and will show the IO registers. The Sim window is divided into a few sections: The Toolbar The toolbar contains the buttons you can press to start an action.
This starts a simulation. It is the RUN button. The simulation will pause when you press the pause button. You can also press F5. This is the pause button. Pressing this button will pause simulation. The IO window works the same like the Register window.
Blank rows indicate that there is no IO- register assigned to that address. The blank rows might be deleted later. This is the STOP button. Pressing this button will stop simulation and you can't continue. This because all variables are reset. You need to press this button when you want to simulate your program again. Pressing this button shows the Memory window. Changing the value of the variables works the same as for the Variable TAB.
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EXE from the Windows explorer. The following window will appear:. Click on the Next button to continue installation. The following license info window will appear:. If you have questions, remarks or suggestions please let us know. You can contact us by sending an email to avr mcselec. Products specification and usage may change accordingly.
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