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CIS 621 - Real-Time Programming Fundamentals

Credits: 1

Relationship between C/C++ constructs and corresponding assembly code generated by compilers. Introduction to special techniques used to implement micro-controllers, such as initialization of programmable CPU modules/peripheral devices, techniques to link assembly and C/C++ codes, producing ROM-able code, and EPROM burning/Flash programming.

Three hours recitation a week. Course meets in one contiguous block of five weeks.

Prerequisite: C or C ++ programming, and CIS 523 and either CIS 300 or CIS 522. Students may enroll in CIS courses only if they have earned a grade of C or better for each prerequisite to those courses.

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