Simulator to terminal program available??

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Is there a way to use the simulator in AVR Studio to output the UART in a useful way?  

 

Maybe to interface with a terminal program on the same PC that AVR Studio is running on?

 

 

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Do you mean Atmel Studio ?

 

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And which version?

 

You could certainly do it with Keil for the 8051. I've never tried with Atmel Studio - probably because, nowadays, with the easy and low-cost availability of on-chip debug hardware - there seems little point ...

 

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I'm using Atmel Studio 7 version 7.0.1417 to program in assembly.  So far, I have not built the hardware and only have an Olimex AVR-ISP-MK2.

 

The device I plan to use is an ATtiny1634.