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Embedded Software by Bob Perrin, Kamal Hyder, Rick Gentile, David J. Katz, Jason Andrews, Keith E. Curtis, Colin Walls, Robert Oshana, Jack Ganssle, Jean J. Labrosse

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Chapter 4. Networking

Kamal Hyder

Bob Perrin

Just as silicon has advanced, so have software development techniques. The old days of writing code on punch cards, toggling in binary bootstrap loaders or keying in hexadecimal opcodes are long gone. The tried, true, and tiresome technique of “burn and learn” is still with us, but in a greatly reduced capacity. Most applications are developed using assemblers, compilers, linkers, loaders, simulators, emulators, EPROM programmers, and debuggers.

Selecting software development tools suited to a particular project is important and complex. Bad tool choices can greatly extend development times. Tools can cost thousands of dollars per developer, but the payoff can be justifiable because of increased productivity. ...

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