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  • Array Libraries

    Three library modules for use with Library Manager by JohnGB. The libraries are offered on an as-is basis with no warranty as to its effectiveness, operation or reliability. Users use at their own risk.

    The Arrays Library comprises
    a set of commands which provide additional array handling functions. It includes functions to insert and delete items in an array and commands which allow you to use an array as a FIFO (first in first out) stack. There is also function to let you extract a specific field from within a comma separated string.

    The Bit Arrays Library provides functions to let you access a byte array indexed by bit with the result being returned in the LSB of a byte.

    The Strings Library provides Les's String Array macros as a Library. There is also a function to get the Pointer for a specific string held in a CDATA string array.

    All Libraries are provided with a help file which you can access via Library Manager.



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    Download: Bit Arrays


    Download: Strings
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