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Applies to: L166 Linker/Locator
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The C166 Compiler puts program code in the interrupt vector memory area that is unused. How do I get the compiler to stop doing that?
The C166 Compiler attempts to use every bit of code space available. You may direct the linker to avoid the interrupt vector space by adjusting the starting address for program code in the Target Options dialog box in uVision.
Article last edited on: 2005-07-15 15:32:39
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