Hooking into PAULMON2′s functions with SDCC

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An easy way to develop programs for the 8051 is to build a board and write the PAULMON2 monitor to the chip. Furthermore, order it is useful to hook up an max232 chip for rs-232 functionality as well as a NVRAM chip for program storage and a reset button. The PAULMON2 monitor has plenty of built-in routines, so, here is a very simple example of accessing the built-in features using code taken from Dr. Kin Hong Wong‘s class site.

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