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void disp(unsigned int a); //it going to used in the interrupt unsigned int go (void); //going to used in main function void main() { P0 = 0x3f; /* initial port setting Is it still safe to drive? I have never seen anything about that. Next Thread | Thread List | Previous Thread Start a Thread | Settings Products Development Tools ARM C166 C51 C251 µVision IDE and Debugger Hardware & Collateral ULINK Debug Adaptors Source

Hint: the type of 'fred' has already been defined in the line unsigned int fred; So the compiler already knows what type 'fred' is - you don't have to specify it The message is a syntax error; ie, what you have written is not valid C51 syntax. I like to add an obvious indication to my code so that I know that the code loaded and at least this simple function is working, if not the others. For the TV episode or movie where people on planet only live a hundred days and fall asleep at prescribed time Is there a performance difference in the 2 temp table initializations?

C141 Syntax Error Near =

Posted25-Oct-2006 10:38 GMT ToolsetC51 RE: It's a syntax error danish p. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Removing brace from the left of dcases Letter of Recommendation Without Contact from the Student Remnants of the dual number What are the ground and flight requirements for high performance endorsement? Posted25-Oct-2006 11:39 GMT ToolsetC51 RE: Passing parameters in 'C' danish p.

Note that it says "near" - this probably means that the error is somewhere before the word "unsigned" Read-Only Authordanish p. But the problem is it at: d c lock.c(222): error C202: 'crystal': undefined identifierd c lock.c(222): error C141: syntax error near 'TL0' can you help me how to solve this problem #include #define  EE_SCL   Important information This site uses cookies to store information on your computer. List of 9 messages in thread TopicAuthorDateHELP!!

it passing to through the basket and used by the function Read-Only Authoralan kneil Posted26-Oct-2006 11:19 GMT ToolsetC51 RE: Good alan kneil Hats off to you, so much of patience, explaining hi there, i have struct with the problem.in the multiplexing of the 7-segment display. compile error C141 from Keil C51Erik Malund09/11/03 08:07RE: HELP!! My code is like following: #include #define uchar unsigned char #define LED P2 sbit SH=P0^0; sbit DATA=P3^0; sbit CLK=P3^1; void main() { SCON=0x10; uchar a,i,j; while(1){ a=0; SH=0; SH=1; for

You need to set aside your code, and concentrate just on the basic concept of calling a function - any function - and passing a parameter to it. Read-Only Authordanish p. Posted25-Oct-2006 10:13 GMT ToolsetC51 error C141: syntax error near 'unsigned' danish p. compile error C141 from Keil C51Michael Karas09/10/03 21:58RE: HELP!!

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Many Thanks! this contact form What does your 'C' text book say about calling functions? Please be careful in future [Topic moved to General help Guidance and Discussion] shyam Aug 19 2010, 2:39 AM ok thanks im a keil beginner more over the editor view is Hit a curb today, taking a chunk out of the tire and some damage to the rim.

compile error C141 from Keil C51Michael Karas09/10/03 23:09Debugging Preprocessor ProblemsAndy Neil09/11/03 05:11RE: HELP!! Prior to this I have written everything in assembler for embedded systems, due to comfort. compile error C141 from Keil C51Andy Neil09/11/03 11:45RE: HELP!! http://netlookmag.com/syntax-error/syntax-error-example.html Its quite a new feature... 20 Apr 2016 11:51 PM PDT #9 RA1981 User 223 posts Hi Jeffery,   glad that I can help =)   Regards,   Ralf Log in

Why is the Vitamin B complex, a "complex"? I tried to find some information about the rules in the Keil help system but haven't found it yet. Skip to main content Close or Esc Key Follow Search form Search Home Insight EG Labs Microcontroller Raspberry Pi Arduino 8051 AVR PIC ARM Circuit Design Electronic Circuits Tutorials Components

Before, it didn't even compile - now it does compile, but gives this warning.

By continuing to use our site, you consent to our cookies. Register Remember Me? What mechanical effects would the common cold have? Posted25-Oct-2006 11:56 GMT ToolsetC51 RE: Right back to basics danish p.

Use typedef instead like typedef unsigned char u8; You may find an interesting book "Deep C Secrets" by Perter Van Der Linden, paragraph "typedef is your friend". –NGI Dec 6 '15 The full text of the message looks like this: http://www.keil.com/support/man/docs/lx51/lx51_l16.htm Or this: http://www.keil.com/support/man/docs/bl51/bl51_l16.htm You have omitted to post the important bit - which is the segment-name The segment-name tells you what It depends on the C-language level that supported by the Keil compiler - older version just don't allow variable declaration anywhere but on the top of the function. http://netlookmag.com/syntax-error/syntax-error-ga-js.html Don't show this message again Change Settings Privacy Policy Update ARM’s Privacy Policy has been updated.

Posted25-Oct-2006 13:08 GMT ToolsetC51 RE: Not a compiler warning danish p. How to reward good players, in order to teach other players by example Word for nemesis that does not refer to a person how to match everything between a string and because as i try to pass the local data to globle side can any one explain me the passing the value's between two function. However, I have some problem in my compiling.

Read-Only Authordanish p. French vs Italian resistance Disease that requires regular medicine Add a language to a polyglot Can a free radical be created by chemical reaction of non-radical species? Read-Only Authordanish p. Code: #include void dinnu(void) interrupt 4 { unsigned char dat; dat=SBUF; while(RI==0) RI=0; SBUF=dat; while(TI==0); TI=0; if(dat==1) { P0^0 = 1;P0^1 = 0;P0^2 = 0; } if(dat==2) { P0^3=1;P0^4=0;P0^5=0; } if(dat==3)

But we've all been at that point of staring at a piece of code for so long that we can no longer see the wood for the trees! Therefore, any 'C' textbook should be able to help you. Forum New Posts Unanswered Posts FAQ Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Community Groups Reported Items Calendar Link to Us Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Activity Stream Search Help Rules Now I know something that I didn't.

All rights reserved. i checked all the thing's and only after that posted the msg.