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using the '@' directive , to assign a variable to specific address

Question asked by Letha Jacob on Aug 11, 2009
Latest reply on Aug 12, 2009 by Letha Jacob


    To assign a variable to a specific addresses, I tried using the '@' directive as given below:


int glob @0x0500 = 10;


This gives a compiler error which says:

"Expected ; instead of '@' ".


I tried with the C99 & GCC extensions enabled in c/C++ Language settings tab. This did not help.


Any solutions?