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EXTINS DIRECTIVE

Applies to: C166 C Compiler

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What does the C166 Compiler EXTINS directive do?

ANSWER

The EXTINS directive causes the C166 Compiler to terminate EXTS and EXTP instruction sequences at the end of each source line. By default, these instruction sequences may extend one or more source lines.

Using the EXTINS directive makes debugging easier because single-steps execute a line at a time (rather than the extent of the whole EXT sequence).

Specify this directive on the command line or with #pragma. For example:

#pragma EXTINS

Article last edited on: 2000-09-10 00:00:00

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