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  1. Thank you all for your responses!! @ Terjeio, I am using C and the value I need to store in split registers so that when I connect a synthesizer I can feed the value to it for further actions. I am not sure if the value is stored in stack memory will I be able to retrieve it later as the compiler stores at random address?? Therefore i thought of storing it in registers of the MSP430 so that i can access the value for later purpose. As #Agaelema mentioned I used a pointer to receive the address of the 64bit variable and increment it to read all the address.
  2. Thank you for your reply. Perhaps yes, it is not possible to store a 64-bit value in 1 register. But I can store in split registers i guess. I just don't know how to do such a thing. If any ideas please help.
  3. Hello, I wrote a code for calculating VCO frequency and divider values for a PLL from the given output frequencies. For now I am printing the values in the console to debug my code and it is working properly. But now I want to move the values from stack to registers available in MSP430f5529. In the image below you can see that freq_VCO value is stored in stack memory location 0x04382. How do I move this value in one of the registers? Pleas help!
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