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scottmso
02-03-2006, 11:42 PM
Well, it seems like I'm ending up using EasyC this year (my other programmers are too lazy to even try MPLAB). However, I like how it's very easy to create a working program. But what gets annoying is how I have to click so many buttons to make/change a line of code that I could easily type in. Is there any way I could actually edit the code in text form (like real C) or am I stuck using the "flowchart" interface? thanks

Dan Larochelle
02-04-2006, 07:22 AM
There is a User Code function block under the Programming Flow group in easyC. This will allow you to type in whatever C code you would like, as long as the compiler accepts it. Hopefully this will work for you. You can not edit the C-code on the right hand side directly in easyC.