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We have a large memory configuration (external RAM of 64K code and 64K XData). We would like to use the external data for buffers, queues, and so on.
Is there a compiler option to use the internal RAM (256 -32 bytes) for our stack? We do not want to use the simulated stack because of inefficiency.
The compiler is completely flexible in where you locate variables, buffers, reentrant stacks, and so on. You may specify different memory models for each function in your program, different memory models for reentrant functions, and for each variable. For example:
Article last edited on: 2004-06-15 13:55:30
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