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any comments on assembler directive (PLEN) ?

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Hi Bob,

I ever answered you under https://community.nxp.com/thread/445093 

Can you please check it?

any question with it?


Have a great day,
Jennie Zhang

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Hi Jennie I use CW 6.1 for HC(s)08 assembler, When I use PLEN 50 (for example)

my .list file page length is still 65 lines (default page length) The listing shows the form feed after

line 65.My assembler takes the directive OK with out failure so I assume I enter it OK.

I would like to use shorter page length, say 30 or so to print some listing in landscape mode.

Any suggestions

Bob

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Hi Bob,

I just tested PLEN with CW for HCS08 v6.1.

I set PLEN as 50. I can get the right line number in a page in list file.

so I can't reproduce your problem.

to investigate your problem further, I need:

1. a video to show me your problem

2. your project.

I need test it directly from my side.


Have a great day,
Jennie Zhang

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Hi  Jennie,

I finally got "plen" to work. This  works for me but makes absolutely no sense..

If I put the PLEN command AFTER any 'include' statement, the set page length

works just fine. I have not tried putting an 'include' statement after a 'PLEN' to see

if the include cancels the PLEN . Right now I have printer problem to solve first.

Thanks for your interest. I will let you know if I find anything else.

Bob W

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Hello Bob,

Could you pleas describe your question detail ?

Which chip ? Which version of CW ? What about the problem ?

BR

Alice

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