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Extra Explanation portSAVE_CONTEXT() ?

Posted by Steven on August 26, 2010
Hello all,
I have 2 questions, hope to hear from you.

1. Am I correct in saying that if you do: "MOVFFWREG, PREINC1"
that you save the WREG on the first not used part of the FSR? if not, how do I have to see it?

2. On the section about "/* Store the .tempdata and MATH_DATA areas as described above. */"

there are 13 times: MOVFFPOSTINC0, PREINC1
.....1. can't we write the code in a way that we use portCOMPILER_MANAGED_MEMORY_SIZE so it's more generic?
.....2. I dont understand the code fully: for postinc0 : so you copy the value of fsr, then you increase, for preinc1: you increment again and save value? is it that way because of 16bit? then i understand..

thanks in advance for help!!!

RE: Extra Explanation portSAVE_CONTEXT() ?

Posted by Dave on August 27, 2010
Are you talking about a PIC18?

RE: Extra Explanation portSAVE_CONTEXT() ?

Posted by Steven on August 29, 2010
yes, sorry forgot to mention that

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