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  • Author:
    Truman T. Van Sickle,Ted Van Sickle
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    0136136885
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    Prentice Hall (November 1, 1996)
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    294 pages
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Shows how many object-oriented programming techniques can be used to. .This code is also usable on the M68300 series of components.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers This code is also usable on the M68300 series of components. The main difference will be that the initialization of the core computers is slightly different, and since most peripherals are common between the chips, the only header file change needed will be the basic core part header.

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Reusable Software Components : Object-Oriented Embedded Systems Programming in C. by Ted Van Sickle.

Ted Van Sickle, Indianapolis, Indiana. 1. Objects and Components. Internal Pulse-Width Modulators. If You're an Educator. 2. Object-Oriented Programming in C. Classes, Objects, and Encapsulation. Polymorphism and Virtual Functions. Toward Better Object Interface. Improved Interface with Inheritance and Virtual Functions. 3. Some Useful Classes.

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Presents useful objects and classes for microcontroller programs, including a class that creates instances of an asynchronous serial port. Shows how to implement components to handle timer functions and input capture.

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Provides an introduction to new and useful techniques for programming microcontrollers with the high-level language, C. Guidance is provided through every step, with detailed examples added for additional support. The code in Chapter Two is written for DOS-based machines, but the remainder of the book uses code written for the Motorola MC68HC16Y1 family of microcontrollers. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

AfinaS
Like this book as it gives me a new perspective in programming embedded system.
This book uses Motorola MCU as an example but it is not restricted to any particular MCU model as long as it is in C.

Now I could write my embedded game in C just like C# counterpart

Sprite asteriod = new asteriod(); with only small changes for ANSI C.

Very convenient and changing my way of programming embedded system.
Ese
Author shows how to obtain syntax flexibility alike C++. it requires both knowledge of C syntax and C++ programming flexibility to understand and appreciate greatness of offered solution. I bought this book as soon was published but still I came back to it from time to tome. Today is July, 2015.
Mr.Champions
This book provides a method of utilizing the advantages of Object-Oriented Programing (OOP) by using C rather than C++. This isn't of much use for people who program PC's where C++ compiliers are abundant. But if there are no C++ compiliers available or the cost is prohibited for the project, this book teaches an excellent way of adding OOP to you code. Like Van Sickle's other book "Programming Microcontrollers in C", the book is well written and easy to read. Concepts are clearly explained and examples are given to clarify the meaning. As an added bonus, you will gain understanding of what C++ compiliers do to your code when compiling objects since some of that work must now be coded by hand.
Nuliax
I ordered this book expecting to find some good resources on OO design using C and how to use those methods to write embedded code. What I actually got though was a hardware engineer who was teaching terrible coding practices which I feel should not be followed by anyone. The way the author tried to make the OO design pattern with C code seemed backwards to the simple way I have seen in the past.