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Shawn Coutts
Posted
5-Sep-2006 19:29 GMT
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C51
New! larger data types?

Is there a data type larger than an unsigned long in keil MuVision compiler?

if so, how do i use it?

im needing about a 64 bit variable

Thanks

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Shawn Coutts
Posted
5-Sep-2006 19:44 GMT
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C51
New! RE: larger data types?

oops, i guess theres no such compiler as MuVision...
im using uVision

sorry if i confused anyone

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erik malund
Posted
5-Sep-2006 19:47 GMT
Toolset
C51
New! RE: larger data types?

Is there a data type larger than an unsigned long in keil MuVision compiler
well, I could look it up in the manual for you, but why do you not do so yourself. Ther5e even is an entry "data types" in the ondex.

Erik

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Andy Neil
Posted
5-Sep-2006 23:16 GMT
Toolset
C51
New! Compiler

"theres no such compiler as MuVision ... im using uVision"

And that still isn't a compiler - it's the IDE!

The compiler is C51.

http://www.keil.com/support/man/docs/uv3/uv3_ov_swdevcycle.htm

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Neil Kurzman
Posted
6-Sep-2006 04:41 GMT
Toolset
C51
New! RE: larger data types?

No
But if you look (google) you can find code for 64 bit variables. Or you can write it you self.

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