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Programming Languages for Embedded Systems

Programming Languages for Embedded Systems

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The most popular programming languages for embedded systems are assembly language, C and C++. This article is a presentation for EE Software Development book - a project collection about how to program hardware in high level languages and alternative approaches. Better call it Rapid Hardware Programming with High Level Languages. This book is trying to help the programmers who have only programming experience in PCs, rather than the embedded systems. These programmers are software experts on the PC platform, but they do not know how to light a LED at all, because they have not sufficient background in electronics engineering.
The most popular programming languages for embedded systems are assembly language, C and C++. This article is a presentation for EE Software Development book - a project collection about how to program hardware in high level languages and alternative approaches. Better call it Rapid Hardware Programming with High Level Languages. This book is trying to help the programmers who have only programming experience in PCs, rather than the embedded systems. These programmers are software experts on the PC platform, but they do not know how to light a LED at all, because they have not sufficient background in electronics engineering.

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Programming languages for embedded systems
By Emanuele Created 09/13/2008 - 13:04

Programming dll electronics embedded system linux windows "Programming languages for embedded systems" shows projects which use traditional and alternative high level programming languages available in desktop OSes to manipulate the hardware devices. This resource will showcase the possibilities of development combination with different interfaces, different operative systems, and different languages. Meanwhile some non-traditional programming skills are also addressed, including cross platform deployment, for instance, accessing the Windows DLL in a Linux application. It is quite useful when you have to use the commercial software components available in Windows from Linux application software. For more informations read EE Software Development book.

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