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FAQ ID # 39
 
Question
Is there an example for creating a paged assembly program on the HC12/HCS12 family processors?
 
Answer
Attached to this FAQ is an example paged application for the MC9S12DP256. This is an assembly level application built with PEmicro's assembler. The same framework may be used for all Motorola HC12/HCS12 processors, although the number of available pages of memory will changes per device.
 
Related Downloads
Log2phy_12 - Utility which converts HC(S)12(X) Logical Records to Physical S-Records.
Now supports S12X devices EEPROM.

HC12/HCS12 Assembly Paging Example (MC9S12DP256) - A small assembly program demonstrating how to build a paged application with PEmicro's assembler.

 
Architectures Categories Products
HC(S)12(X) IDE - Integrated Development Environment, Debugger, Assembler ICD12Z, KIT912B32_USB, PKG12Z_USB, CASM12Z, WINIDE12Z, KIT9S12DP256B-USB, KIT9S12DP256B-MULTI, KIT9S12A256B-MULTI, KIT9S12A256B-USB
 
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