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05/18/12 23:50
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#187426 - its General Que ????
Responding to: Neil Kurzman's previous message
"Are you talking about the 8051 CPU or in General? "
neil, i am talking about in general .. any microcontrol(i.e 8051,AVR,PIC or Freescale etc)

if someone one ask
what is memory organization in microcntroller when your code in C?
how can we satisfy that man?????????
Erik:
the memory spaces for C51 are
CODE
BDATA
IDATA
DATA
XDATA
and what goes in which section (excepr program instructions) is totally under your control

where it will be? code is ROM & rest of all is in RAM, Ok, i will read and discuss.

You told me that its depends on compiler but is there any common ANSWER?


List of 21 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Memory Organization      Yagnesh Mehta      05/16/12 02:39      
   Tried any good C book lately?      Per Westermark      05/16/12 03:48      
      I am using Dennis Ritchie_ANCI C      Yagnesh Mehta      05/16/12 12:25      
         Variables don't move just because you assign to them      Per Westermark      05/18/12 02:33      
            can we start from ZERO........      Yagnesh Mehta      05/18/12 04:27      
               Have you read my original post?      Per Westermark      05/18/12 06:58      
               mixing stuff      Erik Malund      05/18/12 07:13      
                  where it will be for MCU?      Yagnesh Mehta      05/18/12 12:02      
                     is there any book for this fundamental things?      Andy Neil      05/18/12 14:59      
                        and ....      Erik Malund      05/18/12 16:33      
                     In this a general or Specific Question      Neil Kurzman      05/18/12 17:10      
                        its General Que ????      Yagnesh Mehta      05/18/12 23:50      
                           Separate "the C view of program" from "microcontroller view"        Per Westermark      05/19/12 01:48      
                           NO!      Erik Malund      05/19/12 15:53      
                              why not??      Yagnesh Mehta      05/20/12 21:56      
                                 No - generic isn't meaningful      Per Westermark      05/21/12 01:49      
                                 Interview questions can be asked out of limited knowledge      Kalpak Dabir      05/21/12 05:48      
                                    Seldom "one" answer other than to trivial questions      Per Westermark      05/21/12 06:41      
   In Addition      Michael Karas      05/16/12 10:24      
      Embedded?      Per Westermark      05/16/12 10:42      
   sometimes, usually      Erik Malund      05/16/12 13:17      

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