Customer Generated SQTP Files

You can develop and use your own numbering scheme as long as it follows these guidelines:

  • The number length should be determined from the native memory size of the device to be programmed and the number of contiguous locations (up to 256 locations).
  • Your file is of the format shown in the "Example SQTP File" article.

For examples of MPLAB® IPE generated SQTP files, see the "Examples of SQTP Files For Various Memory Regions" page.

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