Same or similar sequence of instructions is frequently used during programming. Assembly language is very demanding. Programmer is required to take care of every single detail when writing a program, because just one incorrect instruction or label can bring about wrong results or make the program doesn't work at all. Solution to this problem is to use already tested program parts repeatedly. For this kind of programming logic, macros and subprograms are used.
Introduction 7.1 Supplying the microcontroller 7.2 LED diodes 7.3 Push buttons 7.4 Optocoupler 7.4.1 Optocouper on input line 7.4.2 Optocoupler on output line 7.5 Relay 7.6 GeneExamples given in this chapter will show you how to connect the PIC microcontroller with other peripheral components or devices when developing your own microcontroller system. Each example contains detailed description of hardware with electrical outline and comments on the program. All programs can be taken directly from the 'MikroElektronika' Internet presentation.rating sound...
In this example, we considered six-month forward rates. We can consider forward rates that rule for
different periods, for example 1-year, or 3-month or two-week forward rates. In the limit, as the
period of the loan considered tends to zero, we arrive at the instantaneous forward rate. Instantaneous
forward rates are a stylised concept that corresponds to the notion of continuous compounding, and are
commonly used measures in financial markets.
Snow-balling technique was used to find further examples in the application of financing
mechanisms, contact persons, as well as for finding additional information. Furthermore, also the
second questionnaire (see Annex 24) was used as an additional information source.
The interviews used a common interview guide which was adapted according to the type of actors
interviewed and according to the type of information missing for the description of the single cases.
Extend and enhance your Excel spreadsheets using the power of Macros and VBA programming
Get to grips with the VBA language to create professional spreadsheets.
Follow practical examples to common problems that you will find yourself using time and time again.
We’ve designed this book to show you how to write professional applications using Microsoft
As software developers, we understand how difficult it is to develop software in real life. End
users expect their applications to be reliable, functional, and polished. They’ll also have preferences in
terms of how they want their application to look and feel.
To help you meet these real-life expectations, we’ve focused this book on many of the typical
scenarios that customers or clients will ask of you.
In Practical Vim, I demonstrate by showing examples rather than by describing
them. That’s not easy to do with the written word. To show the steps taken
during an interactive editing session, I’ve adopted a simple notation that
illustrates the keystrokes and the contents of a Vim buffer side by side.
If you’re keen to jump to the action, you can safely skip this chapter for now.
It describes each of the conventions used throughout Practical Vim, many of
which you’ll find to be self-explanatory. At some point, you’ll probably come
across a symbol and wonder what it stands for.