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Anuradha replied to Re: PSoC1 module of CY8CKIT-001 in PSoC® 1 Forum.
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Controlling SRAM Usage in PSoC Applications
By Mark Saunders, A number of people have commented to me recently that PSoC applications appear to use more SRAM than they expect. There is a very simple reason for this and it is easily changed. In an attempt to make application development really eas... Read More
Managing Application Size and Speed with PSoC Creator
By Mark Saunders, In embedded systems it is often true to say that "every byte counts". When your application runs solely from on-chip memory you have two very hard limits (flash ROM and SRAM) on the amount of memory you can use in your application. Moder... Read More
Do you put your l-values on the right?
By Mark Saunders, My recent comment about tilde (~) versus pling (!) caused some comment in this neck of the woods so I thought I'd follow up with another contentious post about C programming. Where should the lvalue go in a conditional expression? OK... Read More


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