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Hi Don, 

This does not check for this as it is a legal condition. if you are interested about one unique bit you can select (Ctrl+F) enter the bit or coil in question and confirm it is not present twice in the same routine shown in the results in the output window at the bottom of the software. 

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Hi Flex727,

 

Well it looks like if I ever run into a problem, I'll run project optimizer first to see if I have any duplicate coils in the same subroutine.

 

I personally don't put duplicate coils in the same subroutine. I may have duplicate coils but each one is in a different subroutine that is only ran when a certain display is showing.

 

Thanks,

Don

 

 

 

 

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Generally i think it's better to assign a unique bit in every subroutine and then "OR" them in another subroutine which runs unconditionally.

This way the code is much "cleaner" and it's more easy to troubleshoot.

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