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Embedded C Programming

Someone will learn C programming basic and advance topics. Course is helpful for learning data structures and computer science algorithms. This course will also be helpful for writing C code on microcontroller. Trainer has 13+ years of experience from industry.

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Someone will learn C programming basic and advance topics. Course is helpful for learning data structures and computer science algorithms. This course will also be helpful for writing C code on microcontroller. Trainer has 13+ years of experience from industry. He will highlight industrial issues and important topics of computer science algorithms and embedded systems.

What you'll learn

  • Differences between ANSI C & Embedded C
  • Reasons for difference
  • Inline functions
  • When to use global scope functions
  • When to use local scope functions
  • Returning values from functions
  • Passing values to functions
  • Implications on stack
  • Different methods of accessing arrays (and their differences)
  • Multi dimensional arrays
  • Implications on data memory & stack
  • Usage of auto, static, extern, register, volatile (when to use what?)
  • Implications on memory - ROM (Code, const variables), RAM (Data (Initialized, Uninitialized), Stack, Heap)
  • practical usage of unions
  • Memory holes in structures
  • Bit fields in structures
  • Structure overlapping
  • Accessing like objects
  • Need for type casting?
  • Mistakes made during type casting
  • Need for Enumeration
  • Practical usages
  • Mistakes to avoid
  • Purpose in embedded systems ngfor
  • Null Pointer
  • Function pointers
  • Far, Near, Huge Pointers
  • Array of pointers, pointer to pointer
  • Mistakes made and how to avoid them
  • Need for dynamic memory creation in embedded
  • Memory Allocation
  • Memory De allocation
  • Mistakes made and how to avoid them
  • Implications on heap
  • Preprocessor directives
  • Difference between #define and enum
  • Compiler
  • Conditional Compilation, Multi file compilation
  • Linker
  • Memory paging during linking
  • Object files and methods of linking multi language environment
  • Compiler and linker optimization
  • Assembler
  • Make Utility system
  • Scatter files in ARM and their usage
  • Sorting, searching, linked lists, trees - Usage in embedded systems
  • Adaptation of RTOS based systems
  • State Machine Theory
  • Finite State Machines
  • Hierarchal State Machines
  • Object Oriented Programming using C
  • Dealing with Little/Big endian
  • Realizing Registers using C
  • Realizing GPIO using C
  • Peripheral Programming using C
  • Interrupt handling
  • Boot strap and control of jump from assembly to C
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Course Video
  • 003-Inline-functions Preview
  • 004-When-to-use-global-scope-functions
  • 005-When-to-use-local-scope-functions
  • 006-Passing-values-to-functions
  • 007-Passing-values-to-functions
  • 008-updating-nodejs-and-npm-on-windows
  • 039-Preprocessor-directives Preview
  • 040-Difference-between-#define-and-enum
  • 041-Compiler
  • 042-Conditional-Compilation, Multi-file-compilation
  • 043-Linker
  • 044-Memory-paging-during-linking
  • 045-Object-files-and-methods-of-linking-multi-language-environment
  • 046-Compiler-and-linker-optimization
  • 047-Assembler
  • 048-Make-Utility-system
  • 049-Scatter-files-in-ARM-and-their-usage
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Embedded C Programming Interview Questions:
1.What is the volatile keyword ?.

The volatile keyword is a type qualifier that prevents the objects from the compiler optimization. According to C standard, an object that has volatilequalified type may be modified in ways unknown to the implementation or have other unknown side effects. You can also say that the value of the volatile-qualified object can be changed at any time without any action being taken by the code. If an object is qualified by the volatile qualifier, the compiler reloads the value from memory each time it is accessed by the program that means it prevents from to cache a variable into a register. Reading the value from the memory is the only way to check the unpredictable change of the value.

2.What is the use of volatile keyword ?

The volatile keyword is mainly used where we directly deal with GPIO, interrupt or flag Register. It is also used where a global variable or buffer is shared between the threads.

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