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Embedded C Programming Techniques And Applications Of C And PIC-MCUS

Microcontrollers Are Computers On A Chip. When They Power Up They Start Running A Program From Internal Program Memory, Also Called ROM For Read Only Memory, Or Flash. Microcomputers Are Found In Appliances, Toys, Automobiles, And Computer Peripherals, Such As A Keyboard Or Mouse, And Are Finding Their Way In As Support Electronics For Almost Everything Electronic From Battery Chargers To RADAR Systems. The Microchip PIC® Microcontrollers Have Become The Most Popular Choice For New Designs Based On Their High Speed, Of Up To 70 Million Instructions Per Second As Of This Writing; Low Cost, Some Under $1; And Large Number Of Interfaces Like USB, Ethernet, And Analog Signals. The C Programming Language, Originally Developed By AT&T Labs By Authors Brian Kernighan And Dennis Ritchie, Known As K&R C, Became An International Standard By ANSI In 1989, Known As c89. A New Standard Derived From C Defined The C++ Language And Was Released In 1998. C++ Has Some Complex Language Elements That Make It Impractical For Use On A Microcontroller As Opposed To A Desktop PC. C Is The Most Commonly Used Language For Programming Microcontrollers.
  • SKU: 978-0-12-801314-4
  • File Name: EMBEDDED C PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS OF C AND PIC-MCUS.PDF
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  • File Created: 2021-08-19 10:59:57
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