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[avr-gcc-list] Some newbee questions :)

From: Leo Hendrawan
Subject: [avr-gcc-list] Some newbee questions :)
Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2004 12:18:12 +0000 (GMT)

Hello everyone,

i have some newbee question:
- for the variable pointer such as: char *code, how much byte does it allocated 
in the memory (RAM)?

- the function:
        char *strchr (const char *src, int val)
  is used to find a certain character in the string memory , right?
  then why it use int val instead of char val, because the charcater we're
  looking for is a char variable?

- is there a way to make a pointer in the RAM that point a certain
  location in the program memory. lets say that i have a buffer of data to
  send, and come strings programed in some location of the program memory.
  so in the function where i copy the program mem string, i just change
  the pointer (in RAM) that point to the desired location of prog mem

- and last question, where i can find out how the AVR gcc compiler works?
  is there any complete reference i could find in the internet?

Thanks for any answer....

Best Regards,

 Leo Hendrawan
 at 11:54 Nov 20

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