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Anonymous
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Hello everyone;

                       I am writing smartcard using i2c communication in PSoC 3. when  debugging code i got the following error . such as syntax error near uint8. Actually uint8 is a valid data types in psoc  compiler.other error is ``buffer"  undefined identifier .but buffer is already defined.  why it show like this.  I searched internet about this error but i can't get answer.. Please help me .

main.c

#include "project.h"

#include "I2C.h"

uint8 a,zone;

int main(void)

{

for( zone=0;zone<5;zone++)

{

  uint8 set(uint8 address, uint8 *Data,uint8 Num);

}

CyGlobalIntEnable;

}

uint8 set(uint8 address, uint8 *Data, uint8 Num)

{

Num=3;

address=0xB0;

   

if(zone==0)

{

      uint8 buffer[]={03,00,00};

      Data=buffer;

        

}

   else if(zone==1)

   

    for(a=0;a<3;a++)

    {

        Data=0;

      

    }

    uint8 buffer[]={03,01,00};//syntax error near 'uint8'

    Data=buffer;

   

}

  else if(zone==2)

{

     for(a=0;a<3;a++)

    {

        Data=0;

       

    }

    uint8 buffer[]={03,02,00};//syntax error near 'uint8'

    Data=buffer;//undefined identifier

   

}

   

    else if (zone==3)

    {

        for(a=0;a<3;a++)

    {

       Data=0;

    }

    uint8 buffer[]={03,03,00};//syntax error near 'uint8'

    Data=buffer;//undefined identifier

   

   

   }

    else

    {

    }

        return 0;

   

uint8 I2C_Send(uint8 address,uint8 *Data,uint8 Num);//syntax error near 'uint8'

uint8 writezone(uint8 address,uint8 *Data,uint8 Num);

}

uint8 writezone(uint8 address ,uint8 *Data,uint8 Num)

{

address=0xB4;

        if(zone==0)

        {

            Num=8;

          

    for(a=0;a<3;a++)

    {

        Data=0;

    }

     uint8 buffer[]={00,00,05,00,07,03,04,03};

    Data=buffer;

        }

    

  else if(zone==1)

{

     Num=0;

    Num=7;

    for(a=0;a<8;a++)

    {

        Data=0;

    }

    uint8 buffer[]={00,00,04,00,07,03,05};

    Data=buffer;

}

    else if(zone==2)

    {

     Num=0;

     Num=6;

        for(a=0;a<7;a++)

    {

        Data=0;

    }

      uint8 buffer[]={00,00,03,00,65,73};

       Data=buffer;

    }

    else if(zone==3)

    {

        Num=0;

        Num=5;

         for(a=0;a<6;a++)

    {

        Data=0;

    }

     uint8 buffer[]={00,00,02,74,76};

    Data=buffer;

    }

  

        else

    {

    }

        return 0;

   

   

   

    uint8 I2C_Send(uint8 address,uint8 *Data,uint8 Num);

    uint8 Readzone(uint8 address,uint8 *Data,uint8 Num);

}

         

uint8 Readzone(uint8 address,uint8 *Data , uint8 Num)

{

address=0xB2;

    Num=3;

   

    if(zone==0)

    {

    

     for(a=0;a<8;a++)

    {

        Data=0;

    }

   

    uint8 buffer[]={00,00,05};

    Data=buffer;

    }

   

   

    else if(zone==1)

    {

     for(a=0;a<7;a++)

    {

        Data=0;

    }

     uint8 buffer[]={00,00,04};

    Data=buffer;

      } 

     else if(zone==2)

    {

     for(a=0;a<6;a++)

    {

        Data=0;

    }

     uint8 buffer[]={00,00,03};

    Data=buffer;

      } 

          

       else if(zone==3)

    {

     for(a=0;a<5;a++)

    {

        Data=0;

    }

     uint8 buffer[]={00,00,02};

    Data=buffer;

      }

        else

    {

    }

        return 0;

    uint8 I2C_Read(uint8 address,uint8 *Data, uint8 Num);

   

   

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Roy_Liu
Moderator
Moderator

Should variables be defined and initialized at the beginning of a function?

Roy Liu
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Bob_Marlowe
Expert II

It is always easier for us looking for issues when you post your complete project so that we all can have a look at all of your settings. To do so, use

Creator->File->Create Workspace Bundle (minimal)

and attach the resulting file.

Bob

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