|CC to small CPU still doesn't work? firstname.lastname@example.org (1999-11-05)|
|Re: CC to small CPU still doesn't work? email@example.com (Rodrigo Augusto B. Ferreira) (1999-11-09)|
|Re: CC to small CPU still doesn't work? firstname.lastname@example.org (1999-11-09)|
|Re: CC to small CPU still doesn't work? email@example.com (1999-11-09)|
|Re: CC to small CPU still doesn't work? firstname.lastname@example.org (1999-11-09)|
|From:||email@example.com (Henry S. Takeuchi)|
|Date:||9 Nov 1999 01:45:21 -0500|
On 5 Nov 1999 01:31:33 -0500, in comp.compilers firstname.lastname@example.org(PPAATT)
>Am I correct to think the world still lacks a C compiler that can
>effectively target a CPU existing on just x100 bytes of Ram?
No, it's been done.
There are a small number of C compilers for Microchips's PIC
microcontrollers. Many PIC chips have <= 256 bytes of internal RAM,
and most PICs have no access to external RAM.
Of course, the compiled programs are the kinds that don't require a
lot of variable space. (And, on the PICs, don't require a deep call
C compilers exist for other microcontrollers, as well.
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