I was wandering about the EMIF. If I enable external memory, would I make a pointo a piece of memory ? like:
var* = 0xC0A0; assign to mem address C0A0
then var = 0x0a; write value 0x0a to address c0a0,
I dont know anyhting about this, I want to use the address databus of the atmel, but everything that I have done just stayed within the limits of the chip. I dont really want to attach external ram, I just want to use the bus. Is there a better way, if I just want to write a value to an address, is there a way to do it like ,
Wait, brain storm in middle of post :
If I use a value like 0xC2A2. would that mean write data A2 to address C2 ? I am not sure how this works. Also, once it is explained to me how to use thte address data bus, once I write something to the memory, does the write enable ,a nd ALE all happen on their own ? basically I want to just write data to specific address, and learn how it works. Thanks for the patence.