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By David E. Simon

An Embedded software program Primer is a truly written, insightful guide for engineers attracted to writing embedded-system software program. The example-driven technique places you on a quick song to knowing embedded-system programming and making use of what you discover ways to your initiatives. This ebook provide you with the required origin to paintings with a bit of luck during this box.

Building in your easy wisdom of computing device programming ideas, this ebook is true for you'll assist you to:

* examine center rules and complicated recommendations of embedded-system software program. * discover what a real-time working method (RTOS) does and the way to exploit one successfully. * test with pattern code and the (C/OS RTOS model 1.11 (on the accompanying CD). * practice what you study, irrespective of which microprocessor or RTOS you utilize.

After analyzing this ebook, it is possible for you to to take on the demanding situations of embedded approach programming and speedy take advantage of your new talents.

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7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 35 condition is tested: 2 <= 3 is true. Since condition is true, statements are executed: the value of i*2 (4) is printed. increment occurs: the value of i increases to 3. condition is tested: 3 <= 3 is true. Since condition is true, statements are executed: the value of i*2 (6) is printed. increment occurs: the value of i increases to 4. condition is tested: 4 <= 3 is false. The loop terminates and control passes to the statement following the f o r block markers. A very common error is to end the f o r clause with a semi-colon: for (year = 1; y e a r <= 10; y e a r + + ) ; { .

You will learn more about methods in Chapter 3. 10 Using the Graph class We will now introduce a further class of the e s s e n t i a l package, namely the Graph class. This class can be used for drawing graphs based on a number of points. : • "'u Ll '"' l"lu'' ' 1L '' ' "! : . 5 Output from running TestGraph. 5 When you create a G r a p h object, using the keyword new, a window is created for displaying the graph. We call this window Essential Grapher. By default, the axes are set to the ranges —5 to 5 for both the X and the Y axes.

A s t a t i c method is associated with its class, rather than with an instance of the class— this distinction will be explained in Chapter 3. All the variables in a program must be declared with a data type. This is done here by d o u b l e , which means they are all double-precision floating point numbers with or without fractional parts. 0 ) ; It works as follows. First, b a l a n c e is multiplied by 100, then the product is rounded to the nearest integer, and finally the result is divided by 100—leaving two decimal places.

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