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PIC Micro Controller C Memory / Tables / Data Routine Library

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Trevor Lien Says:

I have also been struggling with bank switching in HiTech Pic C. The only example I found (in the HiTech FAQ) claims you can qualify the location of any array declaration thusly:
bank1 char arrayName[40];

But I've had no success. Compiler gives a warning "qualifier not needed" and still uses Bank 0. I'm sure this can be done. Maybe it's too obvious for anyone to talk about - but ihouses up there is not the only one missing the secret.

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