Difference: AMC13AddressTable (4 vs. 5)

Revision 504 Feb 2015 - EricHazen

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The AMC13 register set (and associated uHAL address table) is complex. This page attempts (will attempt!) to document it.
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P_Row Optional[1] Row uHAL parameter. Name of row in table for status display
P_Column Optional[1] Column uHAL parameter. Name of column in table for status display
P_Format Optional[2] Format uHAL parameter. "d" to force decimal base for display (default is specified by user)
P_Repeat (new) Optional[3] Repeat uHAL parameter. Number of times this item is repeated
P_Offset (new) Optional[3] Offset uHAL parameter. Offset between repeats. Default to 1 if not specified
  All columns beginning with "P_" are concatenated into the XML attribute "parameters" which is processed as a semicolon-delimited keyword=value list by uHAL. No special characters are permitted in these columns
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 the corresponding field from the delimited id, e.g. if a field is _2 and the id is STATUS.AMC01.ERRORS then the resulting value would be AMC01.
If P_Repeat is present, it must be an integer count of the number of times this entry is to be repeated in the status display. An offset of 1 is assumed for subsequent entries unless a different address offset is specified with P_Offset. If P_Repeat is specified, either the P_Row or P_Column may have a trailing _d which will be replaced with the decimal value of the repeat counter.
 There are many 64-bit counters, which have otherwise identical ids ending in _LO and _HI. These should be treated as a single 64-bit value for purposes of display, if their Table, Row and Column parameters are identical.
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