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SDCC "supports" the restrict keyword as a requirement of supporting C11. Supporting C11 allows it to compile code written for other modern compilers more easily. Programmers may also use restrict as a means of having the compiler check certain aspects of their work, reducing the number of difficult-to-diagnose bugs they introduce. Due to the simplicity of ...


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The problem is that you're trying to access the function parameter data, but the compiler does not expose that as a symbol to the internal assembler, so it's looking in the public, global namespace for it -- and can't find it. According to SDCC - Interfacing with Z80 assembler code, you do indeed need to access the parameters from the stack. I don't know if ...


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Preface: I just commented in support of my close request, that the question is, in its current way, as well as in any simple rephrasing I could think, of off-topic for RC.SE due its recent nature of C11 as well as SDCC. Both of the questions voiced at the end are about the same non-RC.SE quality. Following St├ęphane's intend for rephrase I came to think that ...


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