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chellappa
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      07-06-2005
hi
i want to switch on blub using c programming..
dont know concepts for hardware programming..
please anyone help...
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      07-06-2005

"chellappa" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote
> i want to switch on blub using c programming..
> dont know concepts for hardware programming..
> please anyone help...
>

Normally when you program device drivers and other programs that interact
directly with hardware you use a combination of C and assembler. C is a good
choice because it is efficient, and because it is easy to interface with the
assembly routines (almost all C compilers come with a built in assembler).

However these programs are inherently non-portable. Thus it is not easy to
discuss them on a non-platform specific group like this, except in very
general terms.


 
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