C166 User's Guide
The C166 Compiler User's Guide contains information about how to
use the Keil C166 Compiler. The C166 Compiler creates object modules
from the C files you write and compile. Object modules created may be
added into a library (using the LIB166 Library Manager) or may be
linked with other object modules and libraries to form a program
(using the L166
This manual contains the following chapters.
Introduction provides a
brief introduction to the Keil C166 Compiler.
specifies how to run the compiler and generate object files. This
chapter discusses the directives that are available.
discusses the extensions to the ANSI C Language that are
implemented by the C166 Compiler.
describes some of the capabilities of the C language
discusses advanced programming options including startup code,
customization files, interfacing C programs to assembler, and data
Error Messages lists all
error and warning messages that are generated by the compiler.
Library Reference lists
all library routines that are available in the standard C166
The Appendix provides
numerous details about the compiler including differences from ANSI
C, version details, compiler limitations, how to write optimum
code, and other hints and tips.
- January 2004: Initial revision in CHM format.