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  1. compile source code with command line for Aurix Tricore TC277


    I work on the Aurix tricore TC277 microcontroller with the Hightec compiler which is with eclipse,
    but now I need to compile my source code with command line, that means without using...
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    Hello Henk. K, thanks, it helped me too...

    Hello Henk.

    K, thanks,
    it helped me too much.
    just last question please,
    since now I know the highest and lowest address of the stack so the number of bytes used in the stack, I created a...
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    thanks a lot for your help

    thanks a lot for your help
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    TSIM simulator


    I need a TSIM manual,
    I want to run my progarmme on the TSIM simulator, but I do not know how I can use it.
    I use the Free Entry Toolchain and in the debugger Starterkit I have not found...
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    thank you so much it's clear to me, I just have...

    thank you so much
    it's clear to me,
    I just have related questions:
    - I did not understand the stack_usage function why return 4 * (__lc_e_ustack - p); what does it mean 4

    - is the stack_usage...
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    Thank you for your answer, can you explain it...

    Thank you for your answer,
    can you explain it more please, does the code you created, allows to display the contents of the stack, during the execution of the program?
    I am studying and...
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    read the data stack contents

    I just bought the TFT Aurix_TC277 microcontroller and started programming with Hightec.
    I am beginner with the aurix.

    so I need your help,
    I have to read the contents of the memory after running...
  8. How to define a macro to modify a memory address


    I work on an Aurix microcontroller, that he has some type of memory can be cacheable and non cachable,
    the addresses are cacheable by default,
    and I want to run my code in the...
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