Using normal C you cannot address a bit value.
The minimum you can address is 1 byte.
using embedded C you can access even abit value
C is a widely used general purpose high level programming language mainly intended for system programming
Embedded C is an extension to C Programming language that provides support for developing efficient programs for embedded devices
It is not a part of the C language
embedded language is vury gandi languange. this is not intersted in c and c++. ok understand
In C We can not address the Bit value. In Embedded C we can Address the Bit value. Srianth
Linux is an operating system and C is a programming language. An operating system is needed for a computer to do stuff. C needs a computer to run on. In terms of a car, Linux is the cars driver and C is the passenger.
There are huge differences between the two even though they might do the very exact same job in some projects but the main difference is that in FPGAs we use HDL (hardware description language) on the same piece of hardware while on Embedded Systems you use a programming language(e.g. C) and the hardware you need for your project
The C and C programming languages are one and the same. There is no difference between those languages.
Unix is an operating system, and C is a programming language. It just so happens that Unix is written in the C language...
C is a programming language. A shell is an interface.
c is a both high and low level language but pascal is a low level language only
An operating system is a program that can be written in C
turbo c is a compiler and c++ is a programming language.
turbo is word to do the programming language in c & c++ and i do no about borland
There is no private or protected specifier in C. It is a C++ concept.
The question is similar to : What is the Difference between "English" and "Talking in English" "C" is a Language. "C Programming" is a verbal usage
It is just a different coding language, but C is more for business that VBNET
C++ is a language. .NET is an environment. They are not really comparable.
The programming language: Visual Basic is a BASIC-like (or BASIC-derived) language, Visual C is... well C.
The fundamental difference is that in C++ object-oriented programming (OOP) was added. C is a procedural language (that means. top-down structure design), where as C++, which is an extension of C itself, is an object oriented language.
The difference between if-else and conditional operator is that IF-ELSE statement is easy to understand.
main difference b/w c and c++ is that c is procedural language whereas c++ is object oriented language also classes are not used in c but in c++ classes are used.
Embedded c deals with MicroControllers,IO Ports( Ram, Rom). where as C deals with only memory, operatingSystems. C is a desktop programming language. for embedded a piece of software code is implemented into the hardware for its functioning which should supports pre-emption, low latency etc.
"C" is a structured programming language, function based, simple and compact. C++ is an object oriented programming language, but many people just use it as a "better C".
Pascall is a queer language, very pure but often not practical. COBOL is an early language, rather inefficient. C is a good standard language but still much less efficient than C++.
It's pretty much like the case of apple and fruit.C language is one of the programming languages.
java is an advanced object oriented programming language than c++