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how to print the register(Tmod,tcon,scon,th1,) values in microcontroller using keil C

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bpramod

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hi friends
plz tell me how to print the values of registers in microcontroller using keil C....i am using
printf("%u",scon); but it is showing wrong..plz help me
 

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Try taking a snapshot of the registers by copying them to unsigned char variables, then use these variables with the format specification "%bx" instead of "%u".

The technique is called "shadow register", and is used with volatile storage to take a snapshot of its value to be later used in routines.

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unsigned char temp;

temp=scon;
printf("%u",(unsigned int)temp);
printf("%x",(int)temp);
 

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