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Thread: Accessing a var as a byte or bits in C
face BY : mike@whitewing.co.uk

On Mon, 3 Dec 2001 15:43:05 -0500, you wrote:

>Normal C has bitfields in it. Usually you use them in structs or unions.
>Problem is you don't usually know which bit is assigned, so I prefer
>assembly at that level of detail.

Hitech allows bit vars to be declared, and also to be assigned to
fixed addresses for hardware, e.g. static volatile bit     GP5     @ (unsigned)&GPIO*8+5;

GP5 = 1;
generates BSF GPIO,5
Unfortunately you can't use the @ operator on vars whose address is
not known at compile time, so this doesn't solve the original problem.

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