I/O Register Files | Cypress Semiconductor
I/O Register Files
Sample I/O register files declares and defines variables, thereby enabling the I/O registers to be handled as C variables and Assembler symbols.
Usage of I/O Register Files
- USAGE of I/O REGISTER FILES(Example) [165KB]
- USAGE of I/O REGISTER FILES "-Xinittbl" option for F2MC-16FX MB96600 series [195KB]
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- The Files are provided for use only with the FR/F2MC-16/8L/8FX family of products. Please make the appropriate modifications to the Files before use with other product families.
- Please refer to the related hardware manuals as factors such as the I/O Register access sequence and timing must be considered when the program operating the I/O Register is coded using the Files.
- The Files are provided for use in the development of applications for the FR/F2MC-16/8L/8FX series of products. In practice, it may be necessary to modify the Files depending on the system used, so the Files should be verified before use. Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited ("Fujitsu") shall assume no responsibility or liability for any loss or damage arising out of or related to the use of these programs.
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