homework one - 8.) A uint8_t has 1 byte. The number of...

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Jared Salisbury Dr. Thomas EE 1910-004 24 January 2008 1.) A char is 2 bytes. 2.) char a; Main(){ Return 0 } 3.) a int has 2 bytes. 4.) int x=1 main(){ x=x; x++; } 5.) A float has 4 bytes. 6.) #define L 10 int v; main(){ v=L*L*L; } 7.) A double is 4 bytes. This type is supported by the Atmel board.
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Unformatted text preview: 8.) A uint8_t has 1 byte. The number of bytes depends on the embedded system. 9.) An over flow would occur resulting in 0x01. 10.) uint8_t y y=2*x; The value at y is 0xFF...
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course EE 1910 taught by Professor Thomas during the Spring '08 term at Milwaukee School of Engineering.

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