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Writing function on specific address

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  1. answerme

    answerme New Member

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    Hi
    Is there any way that we can write function into specific address. Is it possible with pointer to constant .
     
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    This would be compiler specific, so you'll have to check your compiler documentation. If you need to know the address of a function then you can define a pointer to the function, but to write a function at a specific memory location (if microcontroller programming for example) then you'll need to use compiler specific syntax.
     

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