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== BoostC.h ==
 
== BoostC.h ==
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BoostC.h is almost always included, but via System.h, so you may not “see” the include.
 
BoostC.h is almost always included, but via System.h, so you may not “see” the include.
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_B in asm represents the addres of the variable B in the C program.
 
_B in asm represents the addres of the variable B in the C program.
  
Additionally from reading this macro we can see that BoostC stores the low byte in low memory and the high byte in higher memory.  This is called little-endian.  Useful to know if you want to do byte manipulations on multibyte data.
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Additionally from reading this macro we can see that BoostC stores the low byte in low memory and the high byte in higher memory.  This is called bigendien or the reverse, I need to look it up.  Useful to know if you want to do byte manipulations on multibyte data.
  
 
=== Delay functions generated by linker ===
 
=== Delay functions generated by linker ===
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== More Reading ==
 
== More Reading ==
  
see [[BoostC Inline Functions]] for more information on inline functions and #define.
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see inline functions for more information on inline functions and #define.
  
  
 
== Other project Files ==
 
== Other project Files ==
  
*.cof  binary file, debug information. 
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*.cof  not a text file, purpose unknown
  
 
*.stat  text file, purpose: Linker Function Resource Usage Dump
 
*.stat  text file, purpose: Linker Function Resource Usage Dump
  
*.obj      binary file, source code compiled into object code
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*obj      not a text file, purpose unknown
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*.lst    text assembler code ( no ref to source )  output of xx input to yyy
 
*.lst    text assembler code ( no ref to source )  output of xx input to yyy
  
*.csam  mixed source and assembler code  output of xx input to yyy
 
  
*.brws  text, symbols etc and their source code reference.
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*.csam  source and assembler code  output of xx input to yyy
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*brws  text, symbols etc and their source code reference.
  
 
*tree  call tree in text format, display in ide by....
 
*tree  call tree in text format, display in ide by....
  
 
[[category:PIC]][[category:BoostC]]
 
[[category:PIC]][[category:BoostC]]

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