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Tadisetty Praveen
Posted
6-Apr-2006 05:24 GMT
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New! Dump .dat file into code memory
I am interfacing with a Graphic LCD (resolution 64*128) and i have to display all the ASCII characters till 7F (hex), for this i am having a 1K .dat file containing the information regarding the 7X5 format of all ASCII characters. Now i need to use this .dat file in my C code, to get the equivalent 7X5 format of the ascii input. How can i do this , Any suggestions ?
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A.W. Neil
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6-Apr-2006 06:57 GMT
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New! RE: Dump .dat file into code memory
Write a PC application (VB, MSVC, Delphi, Perl, whatever) to read the .dat file and write a corresponding 'C' source representation; eg, an initialised array?
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erik malund
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7-Apr-2006 15:24 GMT
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New! RE: Dump .dat file into code memory
or simply do a few keystrokes using a REAL editor such as CodeWright.

Erik
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Reinhard Keil
Posted
10-Apr-2006 15:32 GMT
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New! RE: Dump .dat file into code memory
http://www.keil.com/support/docs/2218.htm
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Andy Neil
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10-Apr-2006 20:50 GMT
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C51
New! Convert binary data to 'C' initialised array
You could also try http://srecord.sourceforge.net/

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