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This is a programming language that is at a low level that corresponds with the instruction set of the machine being programmed.

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Linux became a real-time kernel in 2002, is that correct? I use Altera DE2 and the code I'm basing it on is 1 assembly file, 1 header file and 2 C files. Please help me understand. # Uart_0 at 0x860 …
asked Jan 29 '13 by Niklas Rosencrantz
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(ctl0). To acknowledge a timer interrupt, write any value to address 0x920. I used the timer for scheduling with assembly and C code, and I got it to work so we don't need to write the program, I …
asked Jul 12 '13 by Niklas Rosencrantz
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understand that the assembly instructions are different but not how copying is "more intensive" ? With copying what is meant is probably something like memcpy in C and with moving what is meant is probably the MIPS instruction mov between registers or between primary memory. …
asked Jul 21 '13 by Niklas Rosencrantz