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I am new to bluetooth and i was going through the bluetooth spec. Few terminology used in the spec is little confusing to me.
I could not understand what exactly is a physical channel and physical link. Similary what is logical transport and logical link.
Can someone please clarify me...
I have a long *temp and int *temp1(assuming long is 4 bytes and int is 2 bytes and initialized with some memory address)
if i want to write 2 bytes into temp1 from temp, i will write as
*temp1 = *(int*)temp;
what if i want to write 2 bytes into temp from temp1??can i write as
I am bit confused with the notation MIPS/MHZ..
Let say if CPU clock is 8MHZ and instruction per clock is 1, then we get 8MIPS.
Now, can we say it is 1MIPS/MHZ???
Please correct me if i am wrong..
Recently i had gone though below link:
Here in "Timeline of instructions per second" section different processors along with MIPS is given. How do we calculate them?
For example if we take Intel...
If there are stored at the same place as global, why the scope of static variables is limited??
I want to know what additional symbol information the compiler will add to a static variable so that it can distinguish from global variables?