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Implementing file I/O functions using Microchip's memory disc drive file system library

Posted: 18 Aug 2008     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:I/O functions  file creation  storage functions  memory disc drive file system 

This application note describes the usage of file I/O functions using Microchip's memory disc drive file system library.

Microchip's memory disc drive file system or the FAT16 file system is based on ISO/IEC 9293 specifications. Used on earlier DOS operating systems by Microsoft, it also supports the FAT32 file system and is compatible with Secure Digital (SD) and CompactFlash (CF) memory cards, and USB flash drives.

Most 2GB SD and MultiMedia cards (MMCs) use the FAT16 standard, while memory cards with 2GB to 2TB capacities are based on the FAT32 file system.

Microchip's memory disc drive file system library supports file creation and storage functions, useful for applications that need to store large or small amounts of data over a long period.

View the PDF document for more information.





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