i have question about absolute addressing using @
For example if i write a code with some address 0xE08456. I am assuming ppage = 0xE0 and local address 0x8456.
const data@0xE08456 = 10; Now my doubt is how compiler knows that the address 0xE08456 is logical address and not global address. Also the controller gives 16 bits then how it incorporates the address 0xE08456 which is more than 16 bits. Is it the correct way of declaring?