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How to program C to assign the value in a specific bit of a address in IIC?

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To configure a IIC slave device, in a address, only a specific bit needs to be assigned,e.g.:

0x41[6] = 0b0

My question is: In SDK, how to program C code to assign the value in this specific bit without changing other bits?

Thanks very much.

 

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Re: How to program C to assign the value in a specific bit of a address in IIC?

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Assuming you want to access memory as a 32-bit word and clear bit 6, something like

 

u32 *ptr = (u32 *)0x41;    // Pointer set to address of word

u32 val;                            // Variable to hold word while we modify it

 

val = *ptr;                            // Load the word

val = val & ~0x00000040;  // Clear bit 6

*ptr = val;                           // Store the modified word

 

 

The '&' operator is a bit-wise logical AND, '~' is bit-wise complement (invert).  So val = val AND 0xFFFFFFBF is what happens to clear the bit.

 

Cheers,

-Doug

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Re: How to program C to assign the value in a specific bit of a address in IIC?

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Assuming you want to access memory as a 32-bit word and clear bit 6, something like

 

u32 *ptr = (u32 *)0x41;    // Pointer set to address of word

u32 val;                            // Variable to hold word while we modify it

 

val = *ptr;                            // Load the word

val = val & ~0x00000040;  // Clear bit 6

*ptr = val;                           // Store the modified word

 

 

The '&' operator is a bit-wise logical AND, '~' is bit-wise complement (invert).  So val = val AND 0xFFFFFFBF is what happens to clear the bit.

 

Cheers,

-Doug

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Re: How to program C to assign the value in a specific bit of a address in IIC?

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Thanks very much.
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