I am using an I/O card and can write to it in basic at address 0300h.
I have tried writing this:
p = 0x300;
but the compiler does not let an address be asigned an integer.
How can I poke a byte to a defined address in memory ?
I really need to access 300, 301, 302 etc,
so the array pointer approach would be quite useful.
I am new to C so this may be quite obvious.