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Register, Bit-name definitions for AVR MCUs

Posted: 16 Dec 2008     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

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This application note by Atmel contains files which allows the user to use Register and Bit names from the databook when writing assembly programs. For controllers with SRAM, the constant "RAMEND" is defined. For all devices, the constants "FLASHEND" and "EEPROMEND" are defined. This number is useful when initializing the Stack pointer to point at the highest internal SRAM address. Finally, the interrupt addresses have been defined, and can be used together with the ".org" directive in the assembler to position an interrupt vector at the correct memory location. See the file listing for details on this. To prohibit use of non-implemented instructions, all files contain a ".device" directive for the target MCU. As new AVR products are released, newfiles will be made available.

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