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    16-10-2017, 17:06
    Pullups are working fine as you are getting some data, even if it is not as expected. Make sure the watch crystal fitted is the correct type. Many...
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    02-10-2017, 09:35
    As you have found, that older chip is rated to 40 not 64 so the message displayed is a correct 'warning' of this fact. However if you choose to...
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  1. Sorry we did not receive the earlier emails, we will look into this.

    We do not really understand the
    "leaves output in high state and switching state over time"
    comment - could you explain a bit more clearly what issue you are seeing.

    Naturally the hserout pin feature will override other features on the same pin, so, for instance, debug and sertxd will no longer work when hserout is enabled.

    Note also that as hserout is a background task you must give it time to finish, for example your sample program may 'end' before the final byte of hserout is finished transmitting - try with a pause command after the hserouts to prevent this.

    Regards

    Technical Support
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    Hi Technical,
    I’ve tried twice to contact you through “Contact Us” without receiving an acknowledgment that correspondence has been received, so I’ll try again.
    Bug report.
    Hserout on 08M2 corrupts last byte sent, sometimes leaving pin state undetermined.
    Setfreq m8
    Hsersetup B9600_8, %10
    Hserout 0, (b0) leaves output in high state and switching state over time.
    Effect: This corrupts last byte sent.

    #PICAXE 08M2
    #TERMINAL 9600
    #NO_DATA
    SYMBOL NUL = 0
    PAUSE 500
    SETFREQ M8
    SERTXD ("HELLO WORD",CR,LF)
    HSERSETUP B9600_8, %10
    HSEROUT 0, ("HSEROUT",CR,LF,NUL)
    LET B0 = "?"
    HSEROUT 0, (B0,NUL) ‘TRY WITHOUT NUL
    ‘and try
    ‘LET B0 = "?"
    ‘HSEROUT 0, (#B0,NUL) ‘TRY WITHOUT NUL
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