2.2.1. Plain C/C++ variable declarations

Plain C/C++ variables can be declared in the resource section in the same way as member variables of a C++ class. They usually contain the hidden state of the component. The state is hidden because this state is not visible in a debugger connected to this component.

If it is desirable to see certain state variables in the debugger, these state variables must be annotated with REGISTER keywords. See Registers.

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