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Hyoung Lee
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      07-10-2003
Due to performance reasons--code size, real-time accuracy, and power
consumption--many embedded SW engineers traditionally develop embedded
products in assembly languages. However, thanks to the higher CPU capacity
and lower CPU unit price, more embedded products are being written in C and
some in EC++ or EJava.

I seem to recall the latest statistics in 2002 which exhibits the following
distribution:

Assembly: 30%
C: 60%
C++/Java: 10%

Does anyone have the recent statistics on the distribution? Is this
trend--largely adopting C as the primary language for developing embedded
products, and slowly transitioning to C++/Java--still true? What do you
think?

Hyoung


 
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      07-10-2003
"Hyoung Lee" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message news:<6x5Pa.57119$(E-Mail Removed)> ...
> Due to performance reasons--code size, real-time accuracy, and power
> consumption--many embedded SW engineers traditionally develop embedded
> products in assembly languages. However, thanks to the higher CPU capacity
> and lower CPU unit price, more embedded products are being written in C and
> some in EC++ or EJava.
>
> I seem to recall the latest statistics in 2002 which exhibits the following
> distribution:
>
> Assembly: 30%
> C: 60%
> C++/Java: 10%
>
> Does anyone have the recent statistics on the distribution? Is this
> trend--largely adopting C as the primary language for developing embedded
> products, and slowly transitioning to C++/Java--still true? What do you
> think?
>

Even though c,c++/java are being used in embedded products, most of
them use a cross compiler before actual embedding, futhur the
optimising is better done in assembly then any other language
Madhukar
> Hyoung

 
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Alexander Terekhov
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      07-10-2003

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