The Real-Time Data Monitor (RTDM) requires a software library to be added to your application code. Applications using the RTDM library communicate with the IDE through a serial port on the microcontroller. This serial interface typically uses interrupts which may affect your application's timing when running in RTDM mode.

The Microchip web site currently contains a presentation on the use of the RTDM.

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