Proton PIC Basic V3.5
To ensure the operations are carried out in the correct order use parenthesis to group the operations:
A = ((B - C) * (D + E)) / F |
+ | Adds variables and/or constants. |
- | Subtracts variables and/or constants. |
* | Multiplies variables and/or constants. |
** | Returns the high 16 bits of a 16-bit multiply result. |
*/ | Returns the middle 16 bits of a 16-bit multiply result. |
/ | Divides variables and/or constants. |
// | Modulus; returns the remainder left after a dividing one value by another. |
& | Bitwise AND. |
| | Bitwise OR. |
^ | Bitwise XOR. |
~ | Bitwise NOT A = ~B ( (complement) inverts the bit(s) of a number) |
<< | Shifts the bits of a value left a specified number of places. |
>> | Shifts the bits of a value right a specified number of places. |
@ | Bitwise reverse (Reverses the order of the lowest bits in a value). |
? | Returns the specified decimal digit of a positive value. |
ABS | Returns the absolute value of a number. |
fABS | Returns the absolute value of a number as FLOAT. |
ACOS | Returns the ARC COSINE of a value in radians. |
ASIN | Returns the ARC SINE of a value in radians. |
ATAN | Returns the ARC TANGENT of a value in radians. |
COS | Returns the COSINE of a value in radians. |
DCD | 2 n -power decoder of a four-bit value. |
DIG | Obsolete command (see '?'). |
EXP | Deduce the exponential function of a value. |
ICOS | Returns the COSINE of an integer value in radians. |
ISIN | Returns the SINE of an integer value in radians. |
ISQR | Returns the SQUARE ROOT of an integer value. |
LOG | Returns the NATUREAL LOG of a value. |
LOG10 | Returns the LOG of a value. |
NCD | Priority encoder of a 16-bit value. |
POW | Computes variable to the power of pow variable. |
REV | Obsolete command (see '@'). |
fROUND | Round a value to the nearest integer. |
SIN | Returns the SINE of a value in radians. |
SQR | Returns the SQUARE ROOT of a value. |
TAN | Returns the TANGENT of a value in radians. |
DIV32 | 15-bit x 31-bit divide. (For PBP compatibility only) |
Logic operators (Boolean functions) can be used to test the results from more than one comparison to TRUE or FALSE, the result can be used to make a decision concerning the running program.
AND | |
OR | |
XOR | Exclusive OR |
NOT | Inverts the outcome of a condition (TRUE becomes FALSE, FALSE becomes TRUE) |
Relational operators are used to compare two values, the result can be used to make a decision regarding program flow.
= | Equal to |
== | Equal to (same as =) |
<> | Unequal to |
!= | Unequal to (same as <>) |
< | Smaller than |
> | Greater than |
<= | Smaller than or equal to (Note: <= is correct, =< is incorrect!) |
>= | Greater than or equal to (Note: >= is correct, => is incorrect!) |