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One of the key features of this new feature in the CCS C Compiler is the way it automatically handles the conversion based upon the data types of the variables passed. These conversions are done automatically, no other helper functions like atof() need to be called. For example, if a variable is of float type the compiler will properly convert it from string to float on an input or convert float to string on an output.
In the above example, the capture peripheral and Timer 1 is configured to capture a rising voltage on pin C1 with a 1ms tick per bit resolution. Not every PIC® MCU and oscillator configuration can be configured for a 1ms tick resolution, and thus the define option in #use capture() will #define a literal based upon the final resolution that was achieved by the library. The compiler will also give you an info message detailng the final resolution that was achieved.
The #use pwm() allows the user to configure the PWM based on a desired frequency, a desired resolution, or a combination of both. Depending on the PIC® MCU and oscilliator it isn't always possible to reach the desired frequency, the compiler will give you an info message detailing the final frequency.
This only scratches the surface of what the V5 compiler can do in regards to adding buffering and flow control to the serial libraries. There are more configuration and control options that are available. If you have any comments or questions about the serial library upgrades, or V5 in general, please e-mail us!
#use timer() can be configured for any internal timer. The compiler now provides an information message detailing the final resolution based on the specific PIC® MCU and oscilliator. The define option can also be used to define a run time constant that can be used to determine the resolution per bit. (TICKS_PER_SECOND in the above example).
NOINIT option in #use_spi() and the spi_init() function are also new features added to CCS C Version 5. The NOINIT option tells the compiler to not initialize the SPI peripheral at the beginning of main(). The spi_init() routine then intializes this SPI stream based upon it's configuration parameters. We have added an optional parameter to spi_init() that allows you to dynamically change the clock rate.
CCS is a C-language programming compiler for the PIC line of popular microcontrollers currently used with many features or favored by coders, and it is also the integration of 3 separate compilers. for 3 different types of PICs:
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As all other microcontrollers PIC Microcontroller can be programmed using Assembly Language. As it is little bit difficult we prefer High Level Languages. Many high level language compilers are available for programming a PIC Microcontroller like MikroC, MPLAB XC8, Hi-Tech C, CCS C etc. In this tutorial we will use CCS C Compiler. CCS stands for Custom Computer Services, a Microchip PIC Microcontroller Tool Solutions company.
MikroC and CCS C are the best compilers for beginners as they includes a lot of built in libraries which enable us to program a PIC Microcontroller without the deep knowledge of its internal architecture. I think CCS C is the best High Level Language Compiler for PIC Microcontroller as it is almost hardware independent.
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