1) Yes it is possible, to have assembly and C language in the same source code. Examples exist on the CD such as Siggen3.c It had the inline assembly below. I don't know too much how to create my own though.
asm(" .sect \"BRTBL\"");
2) Most of the applications included are for DOS(that is WIN 95/98). Ignore
any program that opens to a DOS window. The driver to access the parallel port
doesn't work under Windows XP (or in windows NT).
3) The oscilloscope for Windows XP is DSK3WIN3.EXE. Need to have stereo
headset cable plugged into input port. Hit the oscilloscope button on the right
to switch to waveform display.
hi, i'm a newbie with tms320vc33 dsk , and i would like to know :
>1) is it possible for me to alternate between assembly language and C language
within a same source code. if yes, how?
>2) the software included ( im using version 2.02) has up to 20 application
files (dsk3a, dsk3d, dsk3win, dsk3osc, to name a few). so far, i'm only using
DSK3DW, which is stated as the debugger. what are the other applications for?
>3) how do i use the oscilloscope function?
>any help would be appreciated. thank u:)