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In this case, the data stack may not be required at all by the compiler. Instead the operations could be carried out using temporary registers. The only time a stack would be needed is if the assignment statement executed in a subroutine that was called by the main line code and the interrupt handler, or if it was inside a recursive subroutine. There is one issue regarding compiled code that you should be aware of when working with the PIC microcontroller and that is to make sure that subtraction is handled correctly. Addition (and bitwise) operators can be handled in the order in which they were received. The value being subtracted has to be stored in w before the subtraction operation executes, in which the value in w is subtracted from the subtraction instruction value. The unusual operation of the subtraction instruction complicates the operation of the post x heap and stack operations for subtraction as well as comparison operations.
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Object les (which normally end in .obj) can be produced by a compiler or assembler instead of .hex les (which are complete applications). Object les are portions of an application that are linked together to create a complete application. Linker programs are very complex and not only put multiple object les together but also provide address references between the object les. They can also be used in conjunction with make les, which are used to specify how the nal application is put together. In this book, I have concentrated on just presenting autonomous applications that can be built and then burned into a PIC MCU, but if you are working on large programs or ones that have large shared portions, you may want to consider building smaller pieces into .obj les and linking them together. An important function of the linker is to provide address references between .obj les. Object les are very similar to hex les except for labels that are going to be referenced outside the application are agged and not deleted. References to addresses that are outside the current object le are also agged. One of the purposes of a linker is to resolve the references to external labels with the public labels in the object les and correlate the addresses to the instructions that use them. Another function of the linker is to provide addresses for the various object les. To do this, the code must be written so that it is relocatable or able to be located anywhere within PIC microcontroller program memory and not tied to any one location. For high level languages, this is usually not a problem, although it can make assembly language development more dif cult. To show how relocatable codes are used in a linked application, consider the case where three object les have to be linked together with their parameters, as listed in Table 3.5.
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In this example, ObjectB or ObjectC can be put in any order after ObjectA. This means that ObjectB can start at address 100 or address 250 depending on whether or not ObjectC is between it and ObjectA. Once the linker has calculated the addresses for each object le, it will calculate the addresses for the labels that are accessed outside of each object le and put the addresses into the code. It may be possible to convert object les into libraries. A library differs from an object le in its ability to store pieces of the code within it rather than the entire le. When you write applications in the C programming language, when the application is built, it is linked to a library of standard C functions (which are discussed in the appendices), but only functions required by the application are linked into it. The full C function library is probably larger than the amount of available program memory, so it is important that only the functions that are required to run the application are linked into the nal hex le. Before converting an object le into a library, remember to consult with the linker s technical reference to make sure any dependencies or restrictions (such as not being able to call other functions and subroutines in the library) are not violated. The Microchip linker currently does not have a make capability, but many other linkers do. A make le is a program that speci es how an application is to be built. The make utility executes the make program and selects les for assembly, compiling, and linking with options. The make le can be very complex, with different options speci ed for conditional debug or partial linking. Because the make utility can also assemble and compile source les, parameters can be passed from it to the assembler and linker as well. Linked applications make a lot of sense when:
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