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Applies to: C51 C Compiler
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How do I use absolute registers and how does it improve my code, if it improves my code?
The AREGS control causes the compiler to use absolute register addressing for registers R0 through R7 to improve the efficiency of the generated code. The NOAREGS directive disables absolute register adressing for registers R0-R7.
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