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Copyright (c) B Knudsen Data, Norway, 2001 - 2017.MPLAB X support is available with new dedicated plugin.
A FREE edition of CC8E is available with 128k words code size.
Specific CC8E Enhancements
The CC8E C compiler supports PIC18 instructions (legacy mode) and generates optimized code. The code efficiency that have put CC5X in a leading position for over 15 years also applies to CC8E.
Supports 8, 16, 24 and 32 bit variables, signed and unsigned, single bit variables, compiler generated layout of local variables, automatic ram bank updating. Generates many files (hex, assembly, list, error, function outline, variable list). Supports structures and unions, bitfields, typedef, typecast, arrays and pointers. Plus integrated interrupt support.
Fixed and floating point math is available. The floating point math (16, 24 and 32 bit) includes functions like log(), log10(), exp(), exp10(), sin(), cos(), sqrt(). The libraries are compact and fast. Code can be optimized for size or speed.
The code generated by CC8E can be inspected at the example page.
Linker support: C and assembly modules can be linked together using MPLINK.
Multitasking support using state machines is available.
Are you waiting for coming features? The included 12 months update agreement ensures that you get free updates on your license during the following 12 months after purchase (see prices page).
Free updates can be downloaded on the same page that contains the initial installation program for your license. The link to this page is found in the mail containing the license file and download instructions.
The Frequent Asked Questions page provides useful help.
PDF manual and FREE compiler. Up to 128k of code can be generated. The demo package also contains example code and txt files. The compiler is a 32 bit console application that can be started from the command line or from many IDE applications (MPLAB). No special installation is required.
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