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Andy Neil
10/01/09 04:55
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Basingstoke
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#169331 - Debugging techniques
Responding to: Andy Neil's previous message
Juergen Christoph said:
Print out the program and go through step by step on the paper with a pencil


Andy Neil said:
It is an excellent suggestion and, as he said, would very quickly answer your question!

A somewhat less laborious approach would be to run the code in a Simulator - there you could single-step it and watch exactly what happens.

If you had a chip with on-chip debug, you could use that to single-step in the real hardware and watch exactly what happens.

These are basic and very powerful debugging techniques - make the most of them!

More tips here: http://www.8052.com/faqs/120313


List of 28 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
TEMPERATURE MONITORING DEVICE USING AT89C51        JR Requiroso      10/01/09 03:26      
   Divide your problem into parts      Mahesh Joshi      10/01/09 03:59      
      ADC is working fine      JR Requiroso      10/01/09 04:05      
   29.9 is what you implemented        Juergen Christoph      10/01/09 04:17      
      I don't get it.      JR Requiroso      10/01/09 04:35      
         OR this way also      Mahesh Joshi      10/01/09 04:45      
         Did you try?      Andy Neil      10/01/09 04:49      
            Debugging techniques      Andy Neil      10/01/09 04:55      
            tried it      JR Requiroso      10/01/09 05:21      
   Test your Display routines using DIP switches      Mahesh Joshi      10/01/09 04:21      
   Excellent question      Steve M. Taylor      10/01/09 06:23      
      agreed, but one thing missing      Erik Malund      10/01/09 06:27      
         8 data lines for 7-seg      JR Requiroso      10/01/09 06:38      
            I see no con2 connections on your schematic and ...      Erik Malund      10/01/09 07:35      
               also      Erik Malund      10/01/09 13:02      
               CON2 is good.      JR Requiroso      10/03/09 09:20      
         7 segments, plus DP      Andy Neil      10/01/09 06:46      
            the 8 data lines are each segment + dot      JR Requiroso      10/01/09 08:54      
      Thank you      JR Requiroso      10/01/09 06:30      
   Look at your code      Jerson Fernandes      10/01/09 08:23      
      You're right      JR Requiroso      10/01/09 08:53      
         First try to solve the simplest things like DELAY      KONSTANTINOS L. ANGELIS      10/01/09 10:46      
   Problem Solved!      JR Requiroso      10/02/09 01:11      
      We ought to have this as an example of a well-framed query!      Richard Erlacher      10/02/09 08:55      
         Absolutely      Steve M. Taylor      10/02/09 12:43      
            Fix the FAQs?      Andy Neil      10/03/09 01:40      
            agreed, but there is one fly in the ointment      Erik Malund      10/03/09 07:00      
               it's not a big fly      Richard Erlacher      10/03/09 12:32      

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