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Split-ROM Example Program

This example program shows you how to create a program that has part of the code stored in an OTP device (0xFF0000-0xFF1FFF) and the rest of the code in an external FLASH or EPROM device (0xFF2000-0xFF7FFF). The code in the external memory device is accessed via a jump table that is stored at 0xFF2000. This program is created entirely in C including the jump table, the code inside the chip, and the external functions.

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