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Processor Expert - What is the correct use of a *.s User Module?

Question asked by Carlos Cuevas on Nov 13, 2009
Latest reply on Nov 20, 2009 by Processor Expert

Hello, I really like the way Processor Expert uses User Modules, when you create a *.c user module it automatically creates it's *.h but theres one user module that can be created, it's the *.s User Module. Whats the correct use of a *.s file? What kind of data can be stored there? if *.s means Source, whats the difference between a .c and a .s?


I know we can use any extension we like to store code ans simple include it with #include, but I want to use each thing in the correct way.