I am using UARTFlushTx and UARTFlushRx function in my code, even though if i include the file 'uartstdio.h' can anybody can help?
These functions are not defined in StarterWare. Have you defined these functions in your code. Why do you want to call these functions.
Can you please explain more about your build/debug enviromvment.
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In reply to Baskaran Chidambaram:
thanks for the reply.
i want to flush Rx and Tx buffer hence i want to use these functions and these fuctions are defined in the uartstdio.h and uartstdio.c
In reply to Bharath MR:
i couldnt find these definitions in uartstdio.c/h.
Can you send your copy of uartstdio.c..?
Which SoC are you using AM1808 or AM335x.?
which compiler are you working on..?
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