It doesn't work, so presumably they are needed.  I could find no other pins that would do the job.

Could it be that this is an oversight in whatever template or other system is used for PIC simulation?  Would the fault lie in gpsim?

On Fri, Sep 11, 2009 at 6:09 PM, Zoltan Padrah <zoltan.padrah@gmail.com> wrote:

I guess the supply pins are not needed. You could simulate the circuit without them. Or it doesn't work?

2009/9/11 Matthew Ayres <solar.granulation@gmail.com>
I've been hoping to use KTechLab to learn a bit about PIC programming without having to actually invest in the hardware yet.  To that end I loaded a simple program into the PIC component in the circuit designer, just a little LED blinker for the 16F627.

The problem is that, although pins RA0-7 and RB0-7 were present, there were no V pins!  Consequently I could not power the chip in the simulation.  Why would this be?  What can I do about it?

Thank you.

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