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MicroController – Counters and Interrupts

One of my latest class project demonstrates the use of the Freescale HCS12 Microcontroller’s counter and Real Time Interrupt functionality.

Freescale HSC12 Microcontroller

 

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CodeRead – GitHub

I have just pushed my first project to GitHub! I chose to start off with a finalized fist draft of CodeRead. Unfortunately I had to re-write the program again, since my work laptop hard drive crashed and burned on me. Clearly, another reason why it should have been on GitHub in the first place. So there maybe some design differences between this version and the one I posted earlier, but at heart they are the same.

You can see CodeRead and more on my GitHub page: https://github.com/StampedePress.

First Steps In Assembly Language

Assembly Language programming is quite a departure from the standard high level programming languages I have just started to become accustomed to. It requires very specific instructions for each step you expect your program to take. Also the type of CPU you are writing your program for is very important as now the IDE requires some configuring in order to create the correct machine code.  Ultimately, assembly is a lot more enjoyable than I had anticipated.

I have a recent project to share which, demonstrates some of the the basic principles of Assembly Language programming.
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