Dragon 12 Plus

Started by Thomas October 5, 2010
I'm a new user student. Trying to learn this. I am getting a error message When trying to run a program to run the 4X4 key pad with the 7 digit display.

It say "User Bkpt encountered". I cannot find any thing that can tell me what is wrong.

Any one know what I need to do to correct

Thanks

Its been awhile since I have programmed, but it usually means the programmer has inserted a break point. In assembly, I think the command is "SWI", but don't know for sure. I would check your code to see where you have inserted a break point

Good luck

To: 6...
From: t...@yahoo.com
Date: Wed, 6 Oct 2010 02:31:29 +0000
Subject: [68HC12] Dragon 12 Plus

I'm a new user student. Trying to learn this. I am getting a error message When trying to run a program to run the 4X4 key pad with the 7 digit display.

It say "User Bkpt encountered". I cannot find any thing that can tell me what is wrong.

Any one know what I need to do to correct

Thanks



Thanks

There is a SWI command in the program, but it did not change any thing when I removed it

Still working on it.

--- On Wed, 10/6/10, justin lucas wrote:

From: justin lucas
Subject: RE: [68HC12] Dragon 12 Plus
To: 6...
Date: Wednesday, October 6, 2010, 8:01 PM
Its been awhile since I have programmed, but it usually means the programmer has inserted a break point. In assembly, I think the command is "SWI", but don't know for sure. I would check your code to see where you have inserted a break point

Good luck

To: 6...
From: t...@yahoo.com
Date: Wed, 6 Oct 2010 02:31:29 +0000
Subject: [68HC12] Dragon 12 Plus







I'm a new user student. Trying to learn this. I am getting a error message When trying to run a program to run the 4X4 key pad with the 7 digit display.

It say "User Bkpt encountered". I cannot find any thing that can tell me what is wrong.

Any one know what I need to do to correct

Thanks











You should also check your program to make sure it is not branching
somewhere and executing data which looks like a SWI instruction.
Dave

Thomas Hoks wrote:
>
> Thanks
>
> There is a SWI command in the program, but it did not change any thing
> when I removed it
>
> Still working on it.
>
> --- On Wed, 10/6/10, justin lucas > > wrote:
>
> From: justin lucas > >
> Subject: RE: [68HC12] Dragon 12 Plus
> To: 6...