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02/17/18 15:52
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#190848 - in the new days
Responding to: ???'s previous message
Some months ago I was involved in an development where a software guy was writing the code. It was a simple project but the software guy has got his hands full with endless C listings. He was endlessly hacking into his keyboard and starring onto his two big monitors. But somehow he had no time for thinking. Of course, the code didn't work and at the end he spent several days with debugging. It was funny, because at the beginning of the project the software guy made jokes about me and my antiquated assembler coding.

..there are more and more that approach embedded with an attitude of "I do not need or want to know anything about the processor" and when they (hopefully) find out they need to, they say "antiquated architecture" not knowing that the most modern embedded processors require the same.

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Arithmetic operation with signed number & fractional number            01/01/70 00:00      
   Fractional Arithmetic            01/01/70 00:00      
      agree            01/01/70 00:00      
   Why Assembler?            01/01/70 00:00      
      Hard to do better.            01/01/70 00:00      
         Assembly vs. Keil            01/01/70 00:00      
            assembly vs C            01/01/70 00:00      
               Re: assembly vs C            01/01/70 00:00      
                  In the good old days...            01/01/70 00:00      
                     in the new days            01/01/70 00:00      
   Hi Razman, here are some links            01/01/70 00:00      
      Code samples            01/01/70 00:00      
         Oops - code library is broken            01/01/70 00:00      
      A bit late            01/01/70 00:00      
         threads autolocking at approx. 2 months            01/01/70 00:00      
            threads autolocking            01/01/70 00:00      

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