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Applies to: C166 C Compiler
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Is there a way to tell the C166 Compiler to save temporary results on the user stack?
Yes, the SAVEUSR directive instructs the C166 Compiler to save temporary results and saved-by-callee variables on the user stack (which is accessed by through R0). This option may be necessary if you run out of system stack space. The system stack is always located in on-chip RAM, which is faster than external RAM but is limited in size.
Article last edited on: 2002-04-11 00:00:00
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