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'[PIC]:HI-TECH C quick question'
2000\12\21@112951 by Oluseyi Odeinde

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Hello Piclist-ers,

I should 1st of all mention the fact that i've never used the Hi-Tech C
Compiler & neither do i own a copy. I've always used PCW PIC C compiler
by CCS.

While studying a piece of code developed using the HI-Tech C i came
across the following variable declaration:

bank1 unsigned char rx_str[MaxTx+1];

what does the 'bank1' mean in this context?

cheers
seyi

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2000\12\21@115207 by Oluseyi Odeinde

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oops! i found the answer to my question in the Hi-tech C FAQ site.

Oluseyi Odeinde wrote:

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2000\12\21@121108 by Andrew Kunz

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>bank1 unsigned char rx_str[MaxTx+1];
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>what does the 'bank1' mean in this context?

This tells the compiler that you want the array of MaxTx+1 characters stored in
data bank 1 (addresses A0-FF)

Andy

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