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IoT puts assembly language back on the charts

Andrew Commons

Re: Are there chips with no development support?

An old friend of mine refers to C as the "gentleman's assembler".

There are games you can play in assembler such as manually overlaying use once initialisation code and read/write storage such as I/O buffers that I'm not sure you can play with complied languages. If you are really memory constrained you grab at every straw :-)

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