Console I/O C functions, or conio.h is a header file (sometimes called "conio library") used in Windows console applications or MS-DOS compilers to create text user interfaces. This header declares several useful library functions for performing "console input and output" from a program.
MicroVGA-CONIO library provides conio.h-compatible interface for embedded applications using MicroVGA-text modules.
MicroVGA-CONIO library can be used with almost every microcontroller, starting with low-cost 8-bit MCUs such as i8051/PIC16/ATtiny, through 32-bit powerful system-on-chips (such as various ARM/MIPS systems), to fully featured embedded Linux boards. Small conio application can fit into 4 kbytes of flash and 128 bytes of RAM!
|Atmel AVR (ATmega)||ATmega128||AVRStudio|
|Microchip dsPIC33/PIC24||PIC24HJ32GP202||Microchip MPLAB IDE|
|NEC 78K0S||uPD78F9222||IAR Embedded Workbench|
|NXP/Philips LPC21xx||LPC214||IAR Embedded Workbench|
|Renesas M16C 62p||M3062||Renesas High-Performance Embedded Workshop|
|STmicro STR7||STR712||IAR Embedded Workbench|
|Texas Instruments TMS470||TMS470R1A128||IAR Embedded Workbench|
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