This practical tutorial reviews the essentials of C programming for microcontrollers and examines in detail the issues faced when writing C code. Geared toward embedded system designers, the book teaches how to write high-level C programming code, maximize performance, and use some of the popular microcontrollers in real-world applications.
Included is a CD-ROM for Windows containing all C code used in the book, compilers of popular microcontrollers, and a fully searchable electronic version of the book. 35 line drawings.
Author Ted Van Sickle spent over fifteen years at Motorola as a microcontroller specialist. He now consults and teaches classes on software design and programming for microcontroller systems. He holds a MSEE from the University of Michigan.