Making things do stuff – Part 1—Glennan Carnie

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C++ for embedded too!

Making things do stuff – Part 1

by Glennan Carnie

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C has long been the language of choice for smaller, microcontroller-based embedded systems; particularly for close-to-the-metal hardware manipulation.

C++ was originally conceived with a bias towards systems programming; performance and efficiency being key design highlights.  Traditionally, many of the advancements in compiler technology, optimisation, etc., had centred around generating code for PC-like platforms (Linux, Windows, etc).  In the last few years C++ compiler support for microcontroller targets has advanced dramatically, to the point where Modern C++ is a increasingly attractive language for embedded systems development...

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