Yes... , i don't know anything about flowcode, but the rotate instruction in the pic is always done through carry, then you should clear Status,C bit (carry) just before the rotate.
But using high-level languages you never can be sure about what is really happening, there are in some languages the rotate-with-carry and rotate-without-carry  instructions, but i don't know flowcode.

Anyway you can try clearing status,c bit just before rotating, perhaps this works.

2009/9/20 Matthew Ayres <solar.granulation@gmail.com>


On Sun, Sep 20, 2009 at 6:31 PM, P Zoltan <zoltan.padrah@gmail.com> wrote:
On Wed, 16 Sep 2009 16:56:55 +0200, Matthew Ayres
<solar.granulation@gmail.com> wrote:

> Using flowcode I'm performing a right-rotation on variable x on a P16F84.


 How looks the code exactly? And in what is it written (C, ASM, flowcode)?

 I can think to some intruction "shift right with carry", which takes the
value from the carry bit and places it in the  most significant bit of the
register.

Flowcode.

I have at least determined that it's some kind of 6-bit value.

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