C or C++ Programming Techniques

This paper discusses various aspects of prgramming in embedded systems using the C and C++ language from an introductory level. The examples are modeled after the Motorola 68XXX family of processors. Concepts discussed include system start-up software, memory organization, hardware interfacing, handling of real time interrupts and object oriented system examples using C and C++. Also included are techniqes for interfacing to a real time operating system for the provision of tasking models, interprocess communcation and synchronization, memory management and object oriented techniques for exploiting them. We exploer fundamental concepts of embedded programming, discuss issues related to mixed language considerations, efficiency ramifications of using language constructs of C and C++ and practical limitations for embedded systems.

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