By David E. Simon
An Embedded software program Primer is a essentially written, insightful handbook for engineers drawn to writing embedded-system software program. The example-driven procedure places you on a quick tune to knowing embedded-system programming and utilizing what you learn how to your tasks. This e-book provide you with the required beginning to paintings optimistically during this box.
Building in your uncomplicated wisdom of desktop programming innovations, this ebook is correct for you may assist you to:
* research middle ideas and complicated innovations of embedded-system software program. * discover what a real-time working approach (RTOS) does and the way to take advantage of one successfully. * scan with pattern code and the (C/OS RTOS model 1.11 (on the accompanying CD). * follow what you examine, regardless of which microprocessor or RTOS you employ.
After studying this ebook, it is possible for you to to take on the demanding situations of embedded approach programming and speedy take advantage of your new abilities.
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59 About the Single-Cell Layouts The single-cell layouts provide a container for a single-cell 2-D graph. These containers are created with the following statements: LAYOUT OVERLAY creates a single-cell graph container in which you can overlay the results of multiple graph statements. Each graph is drawn in a separate layer in the order in which its graph statement occurs in the layout block. The last graph in the block is drawn on the top layer. For information about the LAYOUT OVERLAY statement, see “The LAYOUT OVERLAY Statement” on page 46.
This chapter provides an organizational framework to help you think about the language. Just as you can think of the SAS language syntax in terms of Statements, Functions, Formats, and System options, you can apply a classification scheme to GTL. A general understanding of the GTL helps you write your templates with more confidence and efficiency. Some of the terminology introduced here will appear often in other chapters. Statements All GTL statements have the following syntax: KEYWORD(s) required argument(s) < / option(s)> 22 Chapter 3 • Overview of Basic Statements and Options Examples: /* This statement uses two keywords, no required arguments, and no options */ LAYOUT OVERLAY; /* This statement uses one keyword and two required arguments */ SCATTERPLOT X=height Y=weight; /* This statement specifies a required argument.
Data temps; input City datalines; New York Sydney Mexico City Paris Tokyo run; $1-11 Celsius; 11 12 18 8 6 proc template; define statgraph Y2axis; begingraph; entrytitle "Overlay of NEEDLEPLOT and SCATTERPLOT"; entrytitle "SCATTERPLOT uses Y2 axis"; layout overlay / xaxisopts=(display=(tickvalues)) yaxisopts=(griddisplay=on offsetmin=0 linearopts=(viewmin=0 viewmax=20 thresholdmin=0 thresholdmax=0)) y2axisopts=(label="Fahrenheit" offsetmin=0 linearopts=(viewmin=32 viewmax=68 thresholdmin=0 thresholdmax=0)) ; needleplot x=City y=Celsius; scatterplot x=City y=eval(32+(9*Celsius/5)) / yaxis=y2 markerattrs=(symbol=circlefilled); Common Overlay Combinations 51 endlayout; endgraph; end; run; proc sgrender data=temps template=y2axis; run; Often, the input data's organization will affect your choice of plot statements in an OVERLAY layout.