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Microcontroller Programming » 2 Dimensional Arrays

July 23, 2011
by lavared
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Hi,

I'm getting an error when i'm trying to compile my program containing 2 dimensional arrays (defined uint8_t type). My array definition and initialization function is given below:

uint8_t brightness_red[__rows][__leds_per_row] ; 
uint8_t brightness_green[__rows][__leds_per_row];
uint8_t brightness_blue[__rows][__leds_per_row];

void init_brightness(void){
 uint8_t row;
 uint8_t led;
    for(row = 0; row <= __max_row; row++) {    
      for(led = 0; led <= __max_led; led++) {
        brightness_red[row][led]=0;
        brightness_blue[row][led]=0;
        brightness_green[row][led]=0;
      }
    }
}

My program will keep updating this array.The error message while compiling is given below: "Compile Error"

Kindly specify if i'm doing anything wrong with the arrays definition. I have checked and ruled out other error sources in my code and strongly suspect something acting fishy in my array data.

thanks

July 24, 2011
by Noter
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It looks like you have exceeded the size of available memory and are attempting to write into the bootloader section. I would have to see your fuse settings to be sure but 0x3800 is the starting address for a 2k bootloader.

If you can, reduce the size of your program. Or get a bigger chip like the 328p that has twice the memory.

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