Applications and Programming UniTrain-I 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 course is a supplement to the Course:

Fundamentals of Computer Technology (SO4204-6H)
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-I Course
Product Code: SO4204-6J

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