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Hello, please ask your question in the Keil forum.
C:\Keil_v5\C51\Inc\INTRINS.H(19): error C141: syntax error near '<string>', expected 'hdata'
this type of errors we can get when we not initilized header files properly......
#ifndef __PORTS_H#define __PORTS_H
"ports.h" /// this is the error you can get when no proper initiatilization
//raju #include <AT89X51.H>#include <reg51.h>#include <INTRINS.H>
sbit sda = P1^0; //old assinged pinsP1_1sbit scl = P1^1; //old assinged pinsP1_0
sbit rs= P3^5;sbit rw =P3^6;sbit en= P3^7;
I recommend asking your question in the one of our forums where someone may be able to you help. Please look at https://community.arm.com/support-forums/ and choose the best forum to ask your question.
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HI, ARM experts, I met a question. When I would like to build code with tool-chain aarch64 for CPU cortex-a55, it existed the following compiled error messages. Could someone can give me some suggestions. Thanks. /usr/bin/aarch64-linux-gnu-gcc test.c -o test.adx -mcpu=cortex-a55cc1: error: unknown value ‘cortex-a55’ for -mcpucc1: note: valid arguments are: cortex-a35 cortex-a53 cortex-a57 cortex-a72 cortex-a73 thunderx thunderxt88p1 thunderxt88 thunderxt81 thunderxt83 xgene1 falkor qdf24xx exynos-m1 thunderx2t99p1 vulcan thunderx2t99 cortex-a57.cortex-a53 cortex-a72.cortex-a53 cortex-a73.cortex-a35 cortex-a73.cortex-a53 generic; did you mean ‘cortex-a35’?