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Show all reviews. You are connected as. Connect with: The transition from C to '51 C is pretty well explained in the Keil litterature but that requires you to know C. So, in order to run the we can use pure C program but only need to transition?
Is it i need another compiler or i just need to use uVision compiler to compile it? Please can you show me where is the Keil litterature? What the disadvantage if we use transition?
Thank You.. Now, if you are not familiar with the intricacies of the '51 you WILL need to read "the bible" and the datasheet for the derivative you intend to use.
Ya i understand, how can i learn "standard C" all variables in the same memory, no bit definitions, use of malloc etc to Keil '51 C defined memory spaces, using bit, avoid function pointers, code variables etc. Ya i also understand if we want to set the uC function eg.
Can you teach me step by step how to do the translation.. Follow the uVision getting started manual it is on the same CD as the code. So, what should i do?? So now what should i do..? Can you give me the direct contect like mail eg. Well, you can read,read, and read, but without practicing requires CD I doubt much will stick.
Hunt around at this site, maybe it's available for download. I can, but I will not. The purpose of a forum is that all can see and learn. Read-Only Author krishna swamy Posted May