Posts Tagged ‘semaphore’

27 March, 2017

I recently wrote about an interesting C++ programming technique, that is particularly useful in some embedded applications. The idea was all about using an embedded block, with an object local to it, where the associated constructor and destructor were put to novel use. The application, that I illustrated, was protecting a critical section using the disabling of interrupts. Today, I would like to explore the technique a little further … Read the rest of this entry »

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  • My latest video blog is now available. I talk about the use of a memory management unit [MMU] in an embedded system
  • Embedded software article: RTOS Revealed #6 look at the additional facilities that and RTOS may offer & beyond
  • #programmingTip To maintain real time integrity, keep ISRs as short as possible - unload the real work onto a task.

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