MS addr byte|word [byte|word] - Set MCU Memory Byte(s) or Word(s)

This command forces 8 bit or 16 bit values into MCU memory, starting at 
address . A maximum of 9 values (8 or 16 bit) can be specified after 
parameter . Each value is written to consecutive addresses starting 
at . 

If the starting address is in an EEPROM block (as specified by the EEPROM 
command), then an EEPROM algorithm will be used to store the value. This 
action is completely transparent to the user.

Note: When setting memory to $00, ensure that the $00 is not specified in 
      the most significant byte of a 16 bit value, as this will be interpreted 
      as an 8 bit value and may result in incorrect addressing of MCU memory.

Usage:
MS $1000 $AA         Set MCU memory address $1000 to a value of $AA
MS $C000 $1234 $56   Set MCU memory addresses $C000,$C001,$C002 to the 
                             values $12,$34,$56 respectively.
MS $50 $55AA $FF00   Set MCU memory addresses $50,$51,$52,$53 to the 
                             values $55,$AA,$FF,$00 respectively.

Related commands: BF,MD

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