Discussion in "PIC Microcontroller Discussion" started by    PHANTOM28    Feb 28, 2020.
Fri Feb 28 2020, 03:25 PM
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Hi.
I hope you all can help me. I am relatively new to the pic microcontrollers and haven't used one in many years. Just so I can familiarize myself I am just going through simple C routines before doing something more interesting. I have loaded Microchip X IDE (V5.30) and done a very simple C program that shifts 1 bit on PORTB one at a time at a time. It complies and works no problem. When in simulator mode (debugger) I can single step through it, but when running I would like the speed of the debugger to be very slow about 2 seconds before it executes the next instructs, so I can see the output values rather (a bit like single stepping) also like to see which line is being executed. I used to be able to do this in MPLAB IDE V8.63. It's driving me crazy, I've checked all option but cannot see how to do that.

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