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who could tell me?thx

Re: how to convert ads to iar?

I'm sure lots of consultants could, for the usual hourly consideration.
How much are you paying?

best regards
Pete
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Re: how to convert ads to iar?

Lots of people. I could.  Why should I?

Try

char one = 'a';
char two  ='d';
char three ='s';
char four  = 8;
char five = 3;
char six =1;

one = 0ne + four;
two = two -five;
three = three - six;
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Re: how to convert ads to iar?

/* how to convert ads to iar? */
/* the invoice is in the post */
/* next converting ghs to iar */
/* "keil" to "iar" will need some thinking about */
/* Some one else can do "windriver" to "iar" :-) */

#include <stdio.h>

int main(void )
{

char one = 'a';
char two  ='d';
char three ='s';

char four  = 8;
char five = 3;
char six =1;

printf("%c %c %c \n", one, two, three);

one = one + four;
two = two -five;
three = three - six;

printf("%c %c %c \n", one, two, three);

return 0;
}

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Re: how to convert ads to iar?

No problem.

#include <stdio.h>
int main() {
char x[6];
fgets(x, 6, stdin);
printf("%c%c%c\n", x[2], x[1] - 4, x[0]+x[3]-x[1]);
return 0;
}

Even works for upper-case :-)

Stefan

Re: how to convert ads to iar?

Any one want to try "windriver" to" iar"? :-)

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Re: how to convert ads to iar?

#include <stdio.h>
int main() {
char x[11];
char *p = &x[1];
fgets(x, 11, stdin);
printf("%c", *p);
p += 2;
printf("%c", *p - 3);
p += 5;
printf("%c\n", *p);
return 0;
}

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John B

Re: how to convert ads to iar?

... snip ...

Fails if the char. set is ebcdic (or some others) :-)

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Re: how to convert ads to iar?

IAR is embedded workbench.
It wouldn't be too simple to make a conversion...

DSP and Mixed Signal Design Consultant

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Re: how to convert ads to iar?

Nope. ARM Developer Suite. ;)

pete
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Re: how to convert ads to iar?

I think he knows that. He is just being perverse like the rest of us.

Anyway I provided a hard coded solution in C using EWB :-)

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Re: how to convert ads to iar?

Run this.... not pretty but it converts ads to iar ! (I even used an IAR
EWB to do it :-)

#include <stdio.h>

int main(void )
{

char one = 'a';
char two  ='d';
char three ='s';

char four  = 8;
char five = 3;
char six =1;

printf("%c %c %c \n", one, two, three);

one = one + four;
two = two -five;
three = three - six;

printf("%c %c %c \n", one, two, three);

return 0;
}
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Re: how to convert ads to iar?

Without knowing what you want to convert then no-one can help you. If
you've written ANSI C then everything will run just dandy. However, if
you've used compiler extensions then you need to find the appropriate
extensions under IAR. Their support people are very helpful (at a price)
and respond quickly.

If you write code that conforms to standards and liberally document the
places where it doesn't then you won't get this problem in the future.