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On Sat, 26 Jul 2008, Gerhard Fiedler wrote:
Only for the scope of the function call.
> > and 2 certainly is a constant so yes you could compute the address of
> > arr at compile time and reference that direectly at run time.
> I'm pretty sure most decent compilers optimize it to that.
No adding the stack frame pointer?
yes you can assume that about "main" because it is a very special case.
But focusing on "main" doesn't get you very far in terms of overall
> > What you are advocating is the use of a static compile time stack instead
> > of a dynamic runtime stack.
> I don't know how many compilers for smaller PICs use it, but for example
> Hi-Tech's PICC uses a compiled stack.
Really, I didn't know that. Is this documented anywhere?
> Main limitations are with re-entrancy
> (not provided) and function pointers (some limitations),
So do they have any special mechanism to do multitasking?
> not with data
Does this mean that a data pointer can handle both RAM and CODE space data
at the same time?
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