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Jarno Lehtinen 7c66418b39
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& 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\hardware\tools\avr\bin\avr-objdump.exe' -S "C:\\Users\\Lehtinen\\AppData\\Local\\Temp\\arduino_build_119176/test.ino.elf" > c:\temp\koe.txt
 cli // 1 clock
 PORTB = *ptr; // is this atomic? probably, because ptr is 6-bit pointer. nope...
 f98:	e0 91 26 01 	lds	r30, 0x0126	; 0x800126 <__data_end> // 2 clocks
 f9c:	f0 91 27 01 	lds	r31, 0x0127	; 0x800127 <__data_end+0x1> // 2 clocks
 fa0:	80 81       	ld	r24, Z // 1 clock
 fa2:	85 b9       	out	0x05, r24	; 5 // 1 clock
 sei // 1 clock


mov r31, r1
mov r30, gpior0
ld	r24, Z
out	0x05, r24


register as variable

running code from ram

  • "AVRs are Harvard architecture CPUs, so they CANNOT run code out of RAM, so that directive can't possibly do anything of any value whatsoever."
  • "Yes, Harvard IS the reason. A Harvard CPU, by definition, has separate code and data memory spaces. They execute code from one memory, and fetch data from a different memory. What you're seeing is most likely the compiler pretending the directive can do what you want, but the linker doing the only thing it can do - putting that code in FLASH."