Display variables when debugging

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Display variables when debugging

Postby spkdd » Fri Oct 16, 2020 10:28 pm

I would like to display the contents of one of my own declared variables when I'm debugging a PIC.
I was able to display that content only by using its real physical address, but how do we use its declared name instead?

I'm on mac/mplabx/pickit3, using assembly language only, and it's on a pic16f688, but that shouldn't make any difference, as it should work the same for any pic.

I used the ac162056 header board and doing the ICSP with the pickit3, running on it's intended pcb.
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Re: Display variables when debugging

Postby ric » Fri Oct 16, 2020 10:36 pm

How are you "declaring" your variables?
Which assembler are you using?
If it's MPASM, is it Absolute, or Relocatable mode?
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