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  1. Can anyone help? I'm trying to understand this syntax on a lower level. Thanks.
  2. Just out of curiosity, I am using the following declaration to assign an address to a register in C2C++: char addr@0x0008; What is it's equilvalent in VS C++? I've tried: char * addr = (char*)0x0008; but does not work. Please help. Thanks,
  3. Enums are not supported neither in C2C nor in C2C++. They are supported in BoostC. Regards, Pavel <{POST_SNAPBACK}> When will C2C++ have support for ENUMS?
  4. Whenever I try to declare an Enum,.. For ex., enum LEDS { LED_A, LED_B, LED_C }; the C2C++ compiler gives an error. Are enums not supported in the C2C++ compiler or am I declaring it incorrectly? I am used to the VS C++ format. Thanks,
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