Special function registers (SFRs) provide an interface to core and peripheral hardware functionality of a microprocessor or microcontroller. They are commonly mapped into the processor’s address space, similar to RAM. To a C or C++ compiler, SFRs are essentially indistinguishable from RAM...
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