Applications and Programming UniTrain Course
Properly structured and documented programs are necessary for the efficient use of microprocessors. Machine language is an ideal environment for learning programming techniques also employed with higher-level languages. Machine language permits a direct examination of the effects of individual program steps on hardware operation.

This UniTrain Course is a Supplementary UniTrain Course to the:
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Training Concepts:
  • Writing assembler programs
  • Designing input programs
  • Programming counters, loops and subroutines, interrupts and alphanumeric output
  • Error analysis, debugging
  • Programming and analysing traffic light control
  • Creating programs for processing of analogue variables and serial data transmission
  • Course Duration: approx. 8 h
Product: Applications and Programming UniTrain Course
Product Code: SO4204-6J

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