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Author: Sevc Dominik (sevc)
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create esy utility for me .
may be help.

http://www.sevc.szm.sk/BitHexDecConvertor.zip

Author: Clifford Slocombe (clifford)
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Sevc Dominik wrote:
> create esy utility for me .
> may be help.
>
> http://www.sevc.szm.sk/BitHexDecConvertor.zip

The I/O register descriptions appear to relate to a specific part. ARM
is a generic architecture that does not define I/O - all parts are
manufacturer specific, and may even differ between different parts from
the same manufacturer. What device does this relate to?

Personally since this is device specific and not a device I am using,
I'll stick to doing this  sort of thing by hand, the Windows Calculator
in "Scientific" mode, or my 'real' calculator even. I have at times used
Excel spreadsheets for doing similar things. The advantage with that is
that as well as I/O configuration you can do clock and baud rate
calculations and determine how shared clock sources interact.

Author: Sevc Dominik (sevc)
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> The I/O register descriptions appear to relate to a specific part. ARM
> is a generic architecture that does not define I/O - all parts are
> manufacturer specific, and may even differ between different parts from
> the same manufacturer. What device does this relate to?

Sorry , I'm forget , it is for LPC214x family .

regards

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