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All the register names in SourceBoost C language are written in small caps but assigning name to certain port pin requries port name in big CAPSES. Why is it so and cant the system be more unified (all register names in samll caps everywhere)?


porta.0 = 0;
intcon.GIE = 1;


volatile bit LED @ PORTA.0;  // port names in big CAPS, why?
volatile bit test @ PORTB.5;

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You may be confusing names and device hardware addresses, but i do know

what you mean. MCC18 and HiTechC use the format that you refer to, myself

i just use custom remaps in a private library as i have cases where i need

cross-compiler compatability.

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