Name:
bcdtoascii
Syntax:

BCDTOASCII variable, tens, units

BCDTOASCII wordvariable, thousands, hundreds, tens, units

Variable - contains the value (0-99) or wordvariable (0-9999)

Thousands - receives the ASCII value ("0" to "9")

Hundreds - receives the ASCII value ("0" to "9")

Tens - receives the ASCII value ("0" to "9")

Units - receives the ASCII value ("0" to "9")

Description:

Convert a BCD value into separate ASCII bytes. This is a 'pseudo' command designed to simplify the conversion of byte or word BCD values into ASCII. Note that the maximum valid value for a BCD value is 99 (byte) or 9999 (word).

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    Convert bcd byte to ascii characters

    Convert the bcd byte value in b1 to two ascii characters in b2 and b3

    Code Example:
    main:	inc b1
    	bcdtoascii b1,b2,b3	; convert to ascii
    	debug			; debug values for testing
    	goto main		; loop back to start
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    Convert bcd word to ascii characters

    Convert the bcd word value in w0 to four ascii characters in b2, b3, b4 and b5

    Code Example:
    main:	inc w0
    	bcdtoascii w0,b2,b3,b4,b5	; convert to ascii
    	debug				; debug values for testing
    	goto main			; loop back to start
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