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July 11, 2012

FRAM true unified memory

FRAM – true unified memory Somewhere in the beginning of 2007 I won in a lottery held by EPN magazine an evaluation board from Ramtron sporting their most powerful 8051 clone, the VRS51L3074, which could be programmed and debugged with a small USB piggyback board. The very special thing of …

C Programming Pointers

C Programming: Pointers   In the simplest term pointer is a nearly integer variable which stores a memory address of a computer which may contain other variable or even another pointer. If a variable contains address of another variable than it is said that first variable points to second. Pointer …

Difference between Arrays and Structures in C

Difference between Arrays and Structures in C Both the arrays and structures are classified as structured data types as they provide a mechanism that enable us to access and manipulate data in a relatively easy manner. But they differ in a number of ways listed in table below: Arrays Structures …