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RAM problem

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on July 13, 2005
I created a project for MC9S12DJ128B using metrowerks codewarrior v3.1
The issue is that when I created this project a prm file is generated which allocated
"RAM = READ_WRITE 0x0400 TO 0x1FFF;"
When I calculated the size, it is giving 7Kb whereas in the datasheet it specifies the RAM size to be 8Kb.
If this is the case, how can I make use of the rest 1Kb

RE: RAM problem

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on July 13, 2005
Odd - does the map file contain any clues? This should list where all the RAM is being used.

Maybe a mistake by Metroworks?

Is all the RAM on the MC9S12DJ128B all in one block?

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