This course assumes no prior knowledge of neither cortex-m nor embedded-c programming. All it requires from students is curiosity.The course takes a practical approach to cover key areas such as pointers ,structures, memory navigation and the Cortex-M Software Interface Standard. The main aim of this course is to provide learners with practical skills and a strong foundation that they can build upon to start producing well written code which runs efficiently and leverages the key aspects of the ARM Cortex-M ecosystem.
In this lesson, we shall take a deep look into how computers count.
In this lesson we look at what actually makes a variable a global one
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