• Is it possible to allocate a 2-byte variable at an odd address?
    • Due to word boundary restrictions, 2-byte variable cannot be allocated to odd addresses.

      The compiler uses word access instructions (L Ern, xx / ST Ern, xx) for description that access 2-byte variable.

      For word access instruction, the access target address must be an even number.

      For details on the word boundary, see " Word boundaries" in the nX-U16/100 Core Instruction Manual.

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